Mallorcan club moves to Celebration bermuda grass to provide immaculate year-round conditions.
The Links Valley, designed by Frank Pont, is built on the site of a former sand quarry.
Club chooses not to proceed with shorter tees recommended by Tom Doak.
Club seeks to raise standards and address issues with drainage and stone contamination.
Architect preparing recommendations following three-day visit to Spain’s oldest club.
Swedish architect will oversee five-year transformation of farmland course near Stockholm.
Hirono club hires British architect for long-sought restoration project.
Tripp Davis-designed Ransom course pays tribute to Golden Age architects.
New greens and bunkers at Northern Irish links, could be more to follow.
Key Golf installs new bunker liners on twelve holes of Arnold Palmer layout in Las Vegas.
The Links at Perry Cabin – Pete Dye's final course project – features on the latest issue’s cover.
Lead feature focuses on the challenge of making golf more fun and appealing to players.
Adam Lawrence tries to explain the appeal of geometric features on golf courses.
Anthony Pioppi visits the last golf course design in which Dye has played an active part.
Adam Lawrence visits Christian Lundin’s rebuild of a smalltown course in Sweden.
Will golf’s long, leisurely days clash with today’s fast pace of change? Far from it.
Toby Ingleton visits a course that has found success despite a challenging location.
Architect Drew Rogers talks to GCA about his recent work at club in Florida.
GEO Foundation’s Sam Thomas considers the return to the traditions of golf course design.
David McLay Kidd and his team have created a new course in the city of Los Angeles.
Architect describes every hole on Irish course as being “strategic and very playable”.
A new golf course in Russia has been designed to be played in a multitude of ways.
Myotha National near Mandalay is expected to open within three months.
Which course has Sandy the gopher visited this month?