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Rennie hired to develop new masterplan for Inverness Golf Club
News | Wed 22 Feb, 2017

Rennie hired to develop new masterplan for Inverness Golf Club

Architect to create analytic survey of parkland course in the Scottish Highlands. 

Architects discuss driving distances following R&A and USGA research
News | Tue 21 Feb, 2017

Architects discuss driving distances following R&A and USGA research

Jeff Mingay and Lassi Pekka Tilander provide GCA with their thoughts on the topic.

Finishing touches being made at West Cliffs ahead of summer opening
News | Tue 21 Feb, 2017

Finishing touches being made at West Cliffs ahead of summer opening

Cynthia Dye’s latest design on Portugal’s Atlantic coast set to open in June. 

Acclaimed Cape Wickham course is put up for sale
News | Mon 20 Feb, 2017

Acclaimed Cape Wickham course is put up for sale

Owner of Australian venue ‘has achieved all he wants to’, says project adviser.

Huge scale for Hanse’s new Black course at Streamsong
News | Fri 17 Feb, 2017

Huge scale for Hanse’s new Black course at Streamsong

Third eighteen hole layout at resort in Florida set to open in September this year.

Bunker and green renovation work reaches completion at Naas Golf Club
News | Thu 16 Feb, 2017

Bunker and green renovation work reaches completion at Naas Golf Club

Irish course sees three new greens and revetted bunkering added by team from ReGolf. 

Chester W Ditto course closes for redesign and renovation project
News | Wed 15 Feb, 2017

Chester W Ditto course closes for redesign and renovation project

Layout in Arlington, Texas, currently being reworked by John Colligan and Trey Kemp.

European Tour adds new six-hole tournament to 2017 schedule
News | Tue 14 Feb, 2017

European Tour adds new six-hole tournament to 2017 schedule

GolfSixes event to take place at the Centurion Club in the UK this May.

Issue 47 of Golf Course Architecture is out now
Magazine, News | Fri 20 Jan, 2017

Issue 47 of Golf Course Architecture is out now

We look at how difficulty affects golfing enjoyment and report on restorations at Seminole CC.

Golf Course Architecture Green Pages 2017 is out now
Magazine, News | Tue 17 Jan, 2017

Golf Course Architecture Green Pages 2017 is out now

Our annual directory provides information on leading suppliers across the industry.

FEATURE
ARTICLES

When does a course become too difficult to be fun?
Feature | Adam Lawrence

When does a course become too difficult to be fun?

Adam Lawrence take a look at the question of difficulty.

The Sacred Eighteen at Royal Worlington and Newmarket GC
Feature | Dr Michael Morrison

The Sacred Eighteen at Royal Worlington and Newmarket GC

Dr Michael Morrison reveals a remarkable new finding about the English club. 

An unexpected lesson in the Maldives
On site | Adam Lawrence

An unexpected lesson in the Maldives

Adam Lawrence visits the tiny and ultra-exclusive Velaa Private Island. 

Tom Simpson and the sharing of secrets
Interview | Sean Dudley

Tom Simpson and the sharing of secrets

Donald Steel discusses a new book on the life and work of the legendary architect.

Tom Fazio discusses Chileno Bay project
Interview | Sean Dudley

Tom Fazio discusses Chileno Bay project

Architect on work at new course on Mexico’s Baja California peninsula.

How better irrigation management can save water
Feature | Adam Lawrence

How better irrigation management can save water

Adam Lawrence takes a look at how clubs are changing their approach.

Second course at Sand Valley begins to take shape
Interview | Sean Dudley

Second course at Sand Valley begins to take shape

GCA speaks to architect David McLay Kidd about his design at resort in Wisconsin, US.

A Spanish jewel from Philip Mackenzie Ross
Opinion | Alejandro Nagy

A Spanish jewel from Philip Mackenzie Ross

Alejandro Nagy profiles Real Club de Golf de Las Palmas in the Canary Islands

Innovation is the name of the game
Opinion | Shannon Fisher

Innovation is the name of the game

How one golf architect is finding new solutions to golf clubs’ problems

Horace Hutchinson: Gatekeeper to the golden age
Feature | Keith Cutten

Horace Hutchinson: Gatekeeper to the golden age

Keith Cutten examines the influence of the Englishman on course architecture.

How nine hole courses could get golf back into cities
Opinion | Frank Pont

How nine hole courses could get golf back into cities

Architect Frank Pont says that the reversible course concept could be the answer.

Gopher Watch Competition – January 2017
Gopher Watch, News | Fri 20 Jan, 2017

Gopher Watch Competition – January 2017

Can you identify the course on which Sandy the gopher has been photographed?

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