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John LaFoy Golf Design

521 Blacks Drive Greenville South Carolina SC29615 United States

Contact: John LaFoy
Phone: +1 864 458 9073
linksmkr@aol.com

John LaFoy, Past President ASGCA, has designed, restored, and renovated golf courses for the past 35 years. His projects include renovation work at the Augusta National, The Mid Ocean Club, and the works of the ‘old masters’ including Donald Ross, Tillinghast, MacKenzie, Raynor, C.B. MacDonald, and R.T. Jones.

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By Sean Dudley | 2 July 2015

Renovations continue at Bacon Park as work on back nine begins

October reopening scheduled for Donald Ross designed course in Savannah, Georgia.

By Sean Dudley | 2 July 2015

Ground broken on 12-hole Jack Nicklaus Golf Park at Red Ledges

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By Sean Dudley | 1 July 2015

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By Sean Dudley | 1 July 2015

Development of new nine hole course completed at Modry Las Golf Club

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By Sean Dudley | 30 June 2015

Nine holes designed by Graham Papworth open at Maleny Golf Club

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By Sean Dudley | 30 June 2015

Greens renovations begin at Rivers Edge Golf Club

Arnold Palmer-designed course set to reopen in September following project’s completion.

By Sean Dudley | 29 June 2015

The Preserve at Grand View Lodge reopens following renovation work

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By Rebecca Lambert | 26 June 2015

South Essex Golf Centre serves up locally produced honey

Beekeeping initiative is part of the course’s eco-friendly policies.

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