Golf Course Architecture
GCA is back to its regularly scheduled programming after July’s rankings edition. We were lucky enough to pay a visit to the stunning Carne Golf Links in the west of Ireland, to help celebrate the opening of the course’s third nine holes, and we explain how Carne has helped regenerate one of Ireland’s most remote regions. Plus, though Asia has been golf’s biggest boom region of late, economic and political issues mean that development is moving forward at different rates across the continent: we look at the major Asian markets to explain why. On top of that, a look at why Royal Dublin GC in Ireland has some of the best links roughs anywhere, and our usual wide-ranging survey of the golf design and development scene.
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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.