LATEST GOLF DESIGN NEWS

By Sean Dudley | 22 August 2014

Duininck Golf completes renovation project at Edinburgh USA

Significant bunkering work carried out at Robert Trent Jones II-designed course.

By Sean Dudley | 21 August 2014

STRI and Kanda Golf team up to deliver two educational workshops

Presentations aim to help golf clubs grow revenues and reduce costs.

By Sean Dudley | 20 August 2014

The Saints at Port St. Lucie Golf Course reopens for play

Upgrades made to tees, bunkers, drainage and irrigation at Florida course.

By Sean Dudley | 20 August 2014

Pure Dynasty turfgrass now available on the global market

New offering developed by Pure Seed and distributed by Atlas Turf International.

By Sean Dudley | 18 August 2014

Jordan Golf Design hired to renovate Saratoga Spa State Park golf course

Tenth green rebuild and extensive bunkering work to begin this autumn.

By Sean Dudley | 18 August 2014

Qutab Golf Course to undergo major renovation project

Layout of India’s first public course near New Delhi set to change.

By Sean Dudley | 18 August 2014

New course to be built on Caribbean island of Barbuda

Memorandum of understanding entered with developer for series of plans.

By Adam Lawrence | 15 August 2014

The positive and negative aspects of a split fairway

Adam Lawrence investigates how architects feel about golf’s strategic conundrums.

By Adam Lawrence | 13 August 2014

Stiff and Stephens start work on rebuild of 36 hole English pay and play

Inert landfill help manage costs at Grey’s Green course in Oxfordshire.

By Sean Dudley | 13 August 2014

Colonial Country Club course to reopen following Gleason’s renovation

Pinehurst-based architect also redesigns three holes at North Carolina course.

By Sean Dudley | 12 August 2014

Huxley Golf installs short game practice area at University of Stirling

Putting and chipping green complements existing facilities at Scottish institution.

By Sean Dudley | 11 August 2014

Ground broken for new Tom Watson Junior Golf Course in Missouri

Bob Gibbons and Bruce Twaddle discuss plans for nine-hole course.

By Sean Dudley | 11 August 2014

MIA Sports Solutions installs studios at new Nike Performance Fitting Centre

Andrew Keast discusses new installation at course on Scotland’s east coast.

By Sean Dudley | 8 August 2014

Valhalla team uses Jacobsen equipment ahead of US PGA Championship

Superintendent Roger Meier prepares course with ECLIPSE walking green mowers.

By Adam Lawrence | 8 August 2014

Els firm appointed for renovation at US$2 billion Indonesian resort

Revised course, with five new holes, at Lido in Java to open in early 2016.

By Adam Lawrence | 7 August 2014

Inverness completes restoration and improvement work with Hills & Forrest

Four-time US Open host regrasses, restores greens to Ross’ original shapes.

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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