Golf Course Architecture
In this issue, we take a look at the design of very long par threes. Such holes, often requiring a full driver, were common 100 years ago, but have gone out of fashion in our own age. But there are signs they might be returning to favour. Additionally, we look at the importance of shaping in the delivery of great golf design, and visit the site of the new JCB course in England, plus Old Tabby Links in the US, Royal Troon in Scotland and Ekerum in Sweden; and Renaissance Club developer Jerry Sarvadi shares his thoughts on the current golf market. Subscribe Advertise Contact us
About Golf Course Architecture
Our aim is to be the definitive source of information for the golf course development business.
In addition to this website, we publish Golf Course Architecture magazine each quarter. This printed publication explores golf design, development and renovation in depth, with feature articles that give accurate, consistent and articulate insights into the subject, and commentary from both our in-house editorial staff and the industry’s most respected and authoritative sources.
Our Editorial Advisory Board, comprised of industry experts, helps choose topics of the greatest relevance and interest to the industry. Golf Course Architecture is supported by the organisations whose logos are featured at the bottom of this page, and covers golf architecture stories from around the world.
Course development involves far more than just design, so the magazine covers subjects such as agronomy, the use of technology and hot button issues such as the environmental impact of golf courses.
If you are involved with the development or improvement of golf courses, Golf Course Architecture is essential reading.