Construction of 18-hole layout at site in province of Ontario now underway.
Golf course architect discusses plans for new South Course at Michigan club.
Architect to rework holes ten, eleven, twelve and thirteen at course in North Carolina.
Architect to begin work on Lakes Course at Florida club in spring 2017.
Tees, greens and bunkers to be restored at 1952 US Open venue in Dallas, Texas.
Project led by McDonald and Sons to focus on bunkers and irrigation at Maryland club.
Bunkering and irrigation enhancements central to project led by Key Golf.
Changes being made to accommodate new practice range and short game area at Ohio club.
Latest version includes highlights from the 2016 ASGCA Annual Meeting and a tribute to Bob Cupp.
The return of golf to the Olympics and changes at Turnberry among topics covered in latest edition
Lassi Pekka Tilander and Frank Pont discuss how six hole golf could develop.
Architect discusses Florida course’s redevelopment in the run-up to its tour debut.
Golf architect Rees Jones describes the development of the 2016 Ryder Cup venue.
European Golf Design’s Jeremy Slessor discusses project at UK club.
A five-year plan to improve course in the west of Ireland is underway.
Christian Althaus has surmounted many difficulties to complete his first solo design
How a new six-hole course will meet the demands of the modern golfer.
The East Course at Tokyo club, designed by Hugh Alison, will host the 2020 tournament.
Architect John Sanford explains how we can transform our rubbish into recreation.
Philip Christian Spogárd says clubs need to meet different levels of sophistication.
James D’Arcy explains how the club has recovered to host the 2016 Curtis Cup match.
Which course has Sandy the gopher paid a visit to recently?