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Twelfth and thirteenth holes reworked at TPC Boston
News | Tue 22 Aug, 2017

Twelfth and thirteenth holes reworked at TPC Boston

Gil Hanse returns to work on holes left untouched during previous 2006 project.

Redevelopment of Himalayas Nine at Prince’s Golf Club to begin this month
News | Mon 21 Aug, 2017

Redevelopment of Himalayas Nine at Prince’s Golf Club to begin this month

Mackenzie & Ebert hired to add new hole and rework layout of course in Kent, UK.

New Pete Dye golf course taking shape at Maryland resort
News | Fri 18 Aug, 2017

New Pete Dye golf course taking shape at Maryland resort

The Links at Perry Cabin near St Michaels on track to open in Spring 2018.

Harley Kruse named as new president of the SAGCA
News | Fri 18 Aug, 2017

Harley Kruse named as new president of the SAGCA

Architect takes over from Ted Parslow, while Paul Mogford named as societys vice president.

Norman partners with OHBA for Japanese golf renovations
Renovations, News | Fri 18 Aug, 2017

Norman partners with OHBA for Japanese golf renovations

Firms will collaborate to provide ‘one-stop-shop’ for golf courses in the country.

New reversible course to open in the Netherlands in 2018
News | Wed 16 Aug, 2017

New reversible course to open in the Netherlands in 2018

Nine holes designed by architect Frank Pont will have ‘heathland character’.

First look at the new Royal Norwich Golf Club at Weston Longville
News | Tue 15 Aug, 2017

First look at the new Royal Norwich Golf Club at Weston Longville

Work is underway to create a new 27-hole complex at the former Weston Park club.

New par three hole being created at Royal Ottawa
News | Thu 10 Aug, 2017

New par three hole being created at Royal Ottawa

Nelson & Haworth Golf Course Architects leading project at historic Canadian course.

FireLake Golf Course reopens following renovation work
News | Wed 09 Aug, 2017

FireLake Golf Course reopens following renovation work

Conor Cummings leads project at course owned by Citizen Potawatomi Nation in Oklahoma.

Second phase of masterplan project completed at Tupelo Country Club
News | Tue 08 Aug, 2017

Second phase of masterplan project completed at Tupelo Country Club

Architect Nathan Crace oversees reworking of eighth hole at course in north-east Mississippi.

Issue 49 of Golf Course Architecture is out now
Magazine, News | Wed 26 Jul, 2017

Issue 49 of Golf Course Architecture is out now

We take a look at the relationship between course design and nature, and report from West Cliffs.

Issue 34 of ASGCA’s By Design magazine now available
Magazine, News | Wed 31 May, 2017

Issue 34 of ASGCA’s By Design magazine now available

Summer 2017 issue includes a profile of 2017 US Open host course Erin Hills.

FEATURE
ARTICLES

Tom Fazio on building an Olympic course
Interview | Sean Dudley

Tom Fazio on building an Olympic course

Architect reflects on work to prepare Kasumigaseki East for 2020 Tokyo games.

Improving playability while keeping character
Interview | Sean Dudley

Improving playability while keeping character

Greg Muirhead discusses his work on the Gold Course at Golden Horseshoe GC.

Taking Dr Alister MacKenzie at his word
Feature | Adam Lawrence

Taking Dr Alister MacKenzie at his word

Adam Lawrence reports on a trend that promises to challenge all standards of golfers

Devereux Emmet: The Naturalist
Opinion | Mark Chalfant

Devereux Emmet: The Naturalist

Mark Chalfant profiles the designer of more than 150 courses.

A golf course architect’s guide to chunking
Opinion | Jaeger Kovich

A golf course architect’s guide to chunking

Jaeger Kovich explains the technique by which many of today’s bunkers are built.

Lakewood National: New solutions to old problems
Feature | Adam Lawrence

Lakewood National: New solutions to old problems

Adam Lawrence takes a look at the modern golf and real estate model.

Kingston Heath: the best flat course on earth?
Opinion | John McLindon

Kingston Heath: the best flat course on earth?

John McLindon asks what can be learned from MacKenzie and Soutar’s great design.

Albany in the Bahamas: Tough enough?
On site | Adam Lawrence

Albany in the Bahamas: Tough enough?

Adam Lawrence asks if Ernie Els and Greg Letsche got the balance right.

Qatar International: unlimited ambition?
On site | Adam Lawrence

Qatar International: unlimited ambition?

Adam Lawrence pays a visit to the new Qatar International Golf Club development.

From one artist to another
Opinion | Agustin Piza

From one artist to another

Agustín Pizá explores the similarities between his job and the creative art of making music.

Which are the best golf holes in Scotland?
Feature | Sean Dudley

Which are the best golf holes in Scotland?

‘Tom Morris’ at St Andrews tops recent survey from VisitScotland.

Gopher Watch Competition – July 2017
Gopher Watch | Tue 01 Aug, 2017

Gopher Watch Competition – July 2017

Which course has Sandy the gopher visited this month?

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