LATEST GOLF DESIGN NEWS

By Sean Dudley | 24 July 2014

Richard Mandell adds strategic value and improves playability at Keller GC

Architect explains thinking behind Minnesota course renovation work.

By Adam Lawrence | 23 July 2014

October deadline for applicants to next intake of EIGCA training course

Two year vocational programme to start next April at annual meeting in Scotland.

By Sean Dudley | 22 July 2014

MacGregor Downs Country Club course to benefit from range of improvements

New owners commit to series of enhancements at North Carolina club.

By Sean Dudley | 22 July 2014

Tom Fazio to design course at new Las Vegas luxury community

18-holer to form part of development in the Summerlin area of the city.

By Sean Dudley | 21 July 2014

Huxley implements all-weather surfaces at Nike Performance Fitting Centre

New facility at Archerfield Links provides golfers with expert fitting and tuition.

By Sean Dudley | 21 July 2014

Kananaskis Country Golf Course to be restored following flood damage

Government of Alberta commits to repairing Robert Trent Jones Sr design in Canada.

By Sean Dudley | 17 July 2014

New greens ready for play at Holiday Golf Course

Barbaron firm helps introduce Tif Eagle to green complexes at Florida course.

By Sean Dudley | 16 July 2014

Restoration project completed at Eaglewood Resort & Spa course

Recent work complements renovation work at Charles Maddox design near Chicago.

By Sean Dudley | 16 July 2014

Drew Rogers to renovate Willie Park Jr. design at Pine Lake Country Club

Architect using 1931 aerial photograph to shape work at course in Michigan.

By Sean Dudley | 15 July 2014

Wilmette Golf Club reopens for play following extensive renovation

Greg Martin discusses improvements to drainage and playability at Illinois course.

By Adam Lawrence | 15 July 2014

Composite course at Gullane planned for 2015 Scottish Open

East Lothian club, five times Open qualifying venue, to host first big pro event.

By Sean Dudley | 14 July 2014

Lower nine at Pease Golf Course reopens following Booth’s redesign

Architect garners positive feedback for changes to routing at New Hampshire course.

By Adam Lawrence | 14 July 2014

Birkdale and Carnoustie named to host 2017 and 2018 Opens

R&A announces returns to famed courses; St Andrews likely for 2020.

By Adam Lawrence | 11 July 2014

Far-flung sand supplier helps out Porthcawl Senior Open

Scottish-based firm sends topdressing material for championship prep.

By Rebecca Lambert | 10 July 2014

Vision 2020 to top the agenda at the European Golf Business Conference

The EGCOA event is due to be held in Barcelona, Spain from 4-6 November.

By Adam Lawrence | 8 July 2014

Four year restoration of Colt’s design is completed at Tandridge

Frank Pont-led project sees dramatic bunkering reintroduced at English course.

GOLF DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT INTERVIEWS

By Adam Lawrence | 23 October 2013

The important role synthetics will play in the future of golf

Jon Scott and Kevin Holinaty discuss how synthetic turf can shape golf’s future.

By Adam Lawrence | 28 August 2013

At the sharp end of the golf world

GCA speaks to Stephen Bernhard to get his take on the state of the industry.

By Adam Lawrence | 8 August 2013

Seeing the world: golf in Mongolia

Florida native Jason Chennault discusses his latest venture in Mongolia.

By Adam Lawrence | 12 July 2013

Malaysia's DRH banks on golf

Eddy Leong of Malaysian developer DRH talks golf courses.

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GOLF DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT FEATURES

By Stuart Yarwood MG

A light bulb moment: the story behind Tom’s Locker

Stuart Yarwood describes how he came to create his one-stop shop for greenkeepers.

By Adam Lawrence

Continental drift? The current state of golf development in Asia

Has golf development stalled in Asia, or is there still momentum across the continent?

By Rod Burke

The vital importance of understanding player attitudes

New research into golfer’s attitudes will help the game evolve, says Rod Burke.

By Dr Micah Woods

Achieving the warm season links

Dr Micah Woods on how to mimic links course playability in warm season climates.

By JD Ha

Golfing highs at Lao

Dr Ryu Chang-Hyen is delivering a quality golf experience for locals and visitors to Laos.

By John Holmes

Asian golf’s three ages

Atlas Turf president John Holmes says it is a mistake to regard Asia as one market for golf.

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