Tom Weiskopf Designs redesigns the bunkering on Lewis and Clark and Tavern Creek layouts.
Love Golf Design leading reconstruction of former Ocean course at South Carolina resort.
Paul Albanese designing 18-holer in Michigan, with planting set to begin next month.
Two new holes constructed at New Jersey course originally designed by Tom Bendelow.
US architect overseeing work at course originally designed by Ralph Plummer near Montego Bay, Jamaica.
Golfers able to tackle reworked Troon facility on Cape Cod from 3 August.
Renovation work carried out and new practice facility introduced at club near Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Links superintendent Sandy Reid speaks to GCA about recent and upcoming work at the Scottish club.
Highlights include a discussion on golf’s return to the Olympics and an interview with Greg Martin.
Latest issue includes a discussion on fairness in golf and reports on Rees Jones’ new course in Mexico
Municipal golf and water stewardship among topics discussed in latest edition.
Adam Lawrence explains why it is important for the game that the event is a success.
Rees Jones explains why the importance of the New Jersey club’s two courses.
John Aherne explains how a new solution can save designers’ time and effort
Lee Strutt and Sharon Singleton-Bruce explain how soil testing is driving renovation plans at UK club.
Adam Lawrence finds himself conflicted by the renovation works on the Scottish course.
Jay Blasi is working to restore the Golden Age feel at the Santa Ana Country Club course.
Adam Lawrence speaks to a number of leading architects to find out their views
Jeff Danner looks at how public courses can survive over the long term
Tom Mackin reflects on one of the most unusual golf courses he has ever seen.
Adam Lawrence sees the beginnings of a remarkable course in Baja California.
Paul Huxley explains how clubs can adapt to the changing habits of golfers.
Which course has Sandy the gopher paid a visit to recently?