Raymond Hearn using historical documents to inform his work at course in New York state.
Architect Alan Walker overseeing a number of alterations to UK course.
Seven new canyon holes unveiled to complete two-phase project at new course in Mexico.
Lead story focuses on what the profession of golf course architecture could look like in 2030.
Grow-in phase begins on Doña Lucia Golf course, which has been designed by Global Golf Company.
Ian Andrew tasked with bringing nine holes at Canadian club in line with existing Thompson 18.
Architect Doug Carrick discusses his work on course in eastern Austria.
Architect Tim Lobb tells GCA about the course’s highlights and unique features.
Chad Goetz of Nicklaus Design to oversee project at community in US state of Georgia.
Michigan-based architect hired to develop masterplan for course designed by Langford and Moreau.
We report on a new course in Las Vegas, speak to Gil Hanse and visit Lofoten Links.
Adam Lawrence returns to Norway to review the completed eighteen hole course.
Adam Lawrence visits New Orleans to see the city’s newest golf course.
Neil Crafter draws from a new book co-authored with John Green.
Peter Harradine explains how course design differs in certain parts of the world.
Bunker builder Quinn Thompson investigates an interesting trend in the country.
The architect describes the brush strokes he has applied to a fading canvas.
Fairway width is important, but so is course maintenance.
Vanessa Gardner says clubs are looking to offer something different to the norm.
A recent thunderstorm illustrated that vertical hazards can be integral to a golf hole’s strategy.
Adam Lawrence reports on a substantial bunker renovation at the San Francisco club.
Oil man Albert Huddleston engaged Steve Smyers to build him a new course in Dallas.
Which course has Sandy the gopher visited this month?