By Adam Lawrence | 30 November 2015

Planners reject scheme for Dye course on farmland in north London

Developers plan appeal and express confidence in eventual success of scheme.

By Adam Lawrence | 26 November 2015

Pennard appoints Tom Doak to consult on bunker rebuilding work

Famed Welsh links is adding Ecobunker revetting solution course-wide.

By Sean Dudley | 25 November 2015

Popularity of golf tourism continues to rise, according to new report

KPMG’s Golf Advisory Practice survey finds increased year on year bookings.

By Sean Dudley | 25 November 2015

PalmGolf Marrakech – Ourika course opens for play in Morocco

Neil Haworth and Stéphane Talbot collaborate on new desert-style course.

By Sean Dudley | 24 November 2015

Heron course at The Oaks reopens following Fry/Straka’s renovation

Subtle changes also made to the layout of course in Osprey, Florida.

By Sean Dudley | 24 November 2015

Bayer demonstrates new fungicide formulations at STRI research day

Attendees use NASA 3D glasses to view turf recovery and see product’s benefits in action.

By Toby Ingleton | 20 November 2015

Rees Jones completes renovation of Playa Grande course

Dominican Republic course was originally designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr.

By Sean Dudley | 20 November 2015

Thomson Perrett & Lobb to create new course on Egypt’s Red Sea coast

New development at Soma Bay to embrace natural desert landscape.

By Sean Dudley | 20 November 2015

Gordon Lewis completes renovation work at The Forest’s Bobcat course

Fort Myers course reopens following project led by its original designer.

By Adam Lawrence | 19 November 2015

Keith Rhebb and Riley Johns to lead renovation of Florida muni

Winter Park job is Coore & Crenshaw associate’s first as lead architect.

By Sean Dudley | 19 November 2015

Old Memorial course reopens following renovation project led by Steve Smyers

Greens recontoured and bermudagrasses introduced across 18-holer in Tampa, Florida.

By Sean Dudley | 19 November 2015

ASGCA reveals list of Design Excellence Recognition Program recipients

Work of organisation members at nine US courses highlighted.

By Sean Dudley | 18 November 2015

Infinite Variety hired to restore Colt bunkering at Aachener Golfclub

Work on fifteenth hole complete with two more holes soon to follow suit.

By Adam Lawrence | 17 November 2015

Japanese beer giant invests £2m in Buckinghamshire rebuild

Bunker area to be halved as part of TPL-led renovation project.

By Sean Dudley | 17 November 2015

Ron Kern leads bunker remodeling project at Pebble Brook’s North Course

Architect works with Derek Dirksen to restore character of bunkers at Indiana course.

By Adam Lawrence | 13 November 2015

First nine holes open at new Ugandan golf resort on Lake Victoria

‘There’s nothing like it in central Africa’ says architect Kevin Ramsey.


By Andrew Crockett | 1 September 2015

Peter Thomson and his memories of the Old Course at St Andrews

2015 event marked 60 years since the Australian won his second Open.

By Adam Lawrence | 17 March 2015

Highlighting the classic courses of the European circuit

Simon Holmes explains why he’s become involved with the Pine Hill Club.

By Adam Lawrence | 23 October 2013

The important role synthetics will play in the future of golf

Jon Scott and Kevin Holinaty discuss how synthetic turf can shape golf’s future.

By Adam Lawrence | 28 August 2013

At the sharp end of the golf world

GCA speaks to Stephen Bernhard to get his take on the state of the industry.

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By Adam Lawrence

Two halves become one at Zuid Limburgse in the Netherlands

Adam Lawrence visits an interesting renovation project near Mechelen.

By Lester George

Turning a practice facility into a genuine profit centre

Lester George explains how properly designed practice facilities can reap huge rewards.

By Anthony Pioppi

Considering the legacy of an architect who left little behind for historians

Anthony Pioppi examines Seth Raynor’s astounding course design portfolio.

By Jay Blasi

Why Chambers Bay is different from any previous US Open host course

Jay Blasi explains why the course will be an exhilarating challenge for the players.

By Adam Lawrence

Niall Cameron’s strong design debut at Assoufid Golf Club

Adam Lawrence visits the former touring pro’s layout near Marrakech, Morocco.

By Adam Lawrence

Creating a sustainable resort course in a tropical paradise

How Laguna Phuket in Thailand has become a template for courses in the region.

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