Capillary Concrete being installed to bunkers on Robert Trent Jones II-designed course in Costa Rica.
Forrest Richardson to oversee alterations to course having developed a masterplan for the club in 2017.
Five-year bunker programme completed on Lakes course at resort in Lincolnshire, UK.
Lead feature focuses on the challenge of making golf more fun and appealing to players.
Architect aiming to enhance infrastructure and playability of club’s Lake and Hill courses.
Architect to reintroduce or enhance a number of template holes at course in Bloomington, Minnesota.
Rainer Preissmann leads development of new holes at club near Alstätte, Germany.
Swan Golf Designs leads work at Rory McIlroy’s home club in Northern Ireland.
Superintendent Mike Manthey explains how he came across 1921 map in roof of his office.
Städler Golf Courses hired to carry out work ahead of German club’s centenary year.
Latest issue devoted to the sixth annual ASGCA Design Excellence Recognition Program.
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.
The renovation by Fazio Design and Atlantic Golf Construction is a project like no other.
Ian Andrew explains why the restoration movement may be on its last legs.
Which course has Sandy the gopher visited this month?