Mike Gogel leads redesign of former Alvamar Golf and Country Club in Lawrence, Kansas.
Project received FEMA funding after course in Minnesota flooded back in 2014.
Rebuild of Swedish course promises excellent strategy in a wonderful natural environment.
Greens converted to Champion bermudagrass as part of project overseen by Ben Wright.
Architect Chris Wilczynski plans to restore original green locations and remove trees at Michigan club.
Parslow & Winter Golf Design to work alongside the PGA Tour on project at club in Malaysia.
The Cradle has been designed by Gil Hanse and features nine holes ranging between 56 and 127 yards.
Architect Tripp Davis returns to Texas course to oversee change to TifEagle bermudagrass.
General manager Stuart Gillett reflects on recent project at club in West Sussex, UK.
Portuguese course is the first in Europe to complete GEO’s OnCourse Developments programme.
We take a look at the relationship between course design and nature, and report from West Cliffs.
Summer 2017 issue includes a profile of 2017 US Open host course Erin Hills.
James D’Arcy explains how a recent project has helped improve safety at the Dublin club.
Thad Layton explains that resort golf courses must reinvent themselves to survive.
Why architects should try to make their courses as natural as possible.
One of the best clubs in Naples, Florida, now has a golf course to match.
Architect reflects on work to prepare Kasumigaseki East for 2020 Tokyo games.
Greg Muirhead discusses his work on the Gold Course at Golden Horseshoe GC.
Adam Lawrence reports on a trend that promises to challenge all standards of golfers
Mark Chalfant profiles the designer of more than 150 courses.
Jaeger Kovich explains the technique by which many of today’s bunkers are built.
Adam Lawrence takes a look at the modern golf and real estate model.
John McLindon asks what can be learned from MacKenzie and Soutar’s great design.
Which course has Sandy the gopher visited this month?