Jonathan Gaunt oversees changes required due to embankment construction on Birmingham course.
Architect Brian Curley utilises large greens and strong slopes to promote ground game.
Sandals seeks to improve greens, approaches and irrigation on recently-acquired layout.
UK golf developer family in progress with two new courses plus remodelling work at The Shire.
The course, one of six at the Georgia resort community, is being rebuilt to improve playability and conditions.
Dutch club’s oldest loop is to be overhauled and extended from 9 holes to 12.
Architect aims to transform design, playability and character without complete reconstruction.
Arizona resort, closed since 1976, to reopen in late 2018 with new Billy Bell-inspired green.
Architect employs eight principles for relaunch of highly-ranked course at Colorado mountain club.
Colligan redesigns municipal course, formerly named Twin Wells, overlooking downtown Dallas.
Featuring the first course at the FLC Quang Binh development in Vietnam, designed by Brian Curley.
ASGCA members provide insights into the processes involved in planning a golf course project.
Adam Lawrence reports on the inert fill transformation for the California municipal.
Rees Jones and Bryce Swanson discuss their work at Bellerive, the host course for the 2018 PGA Championship.
Gil Hanse discusses his design approach for the renovation of the South course at Oakland Hills.
Ken Moodie tells GCA about his heritage review of the Nicklaus design at Glen Abbey.
Golf course architect Dr Michael Hurdzan talks about his passion for golf collecting.
Kurt Huseman responds to our ‘Design 2030’ article and suggests that traditional contracting still has a role to play.
David Kidd’s Mammoth Dunes, the second course at the Sand Valley resort in Wisconsin, lives up to its name.
Martin Ebert and Tom Mackenzie explain why links courses are moving away from revetting bunkers.
Kevin Holinaty explains why a football star’s private project is great for golf.
Dana Fry’s South course is a homage to CB Macdonald and Seth Raynor’s Chicago GC.
Adam Lawrence tries to explain the appeal of geometric features on golf courses.
Which course has Sandy the gopher visited this month?