The Chinese government’s crackdown on golf has resulted in some of the country’s highest-profile courses being closed.
Richard Humphreys discovers how some clubs are finding ways to make their golf facilities work after dark.
First graduates of maintenance class join Hoiana Shores, part of a long-term pipeline of trained staff.
Adam Lawrence asks architects how blindness can be central to the appeal of a hole.
Rees Jones speaks about the layout that is widely recognised as the best in Myrtle Beach.
Atlanta layout reopens as a reversible nine – the last design of the late Bob Cupp.
David Dale and Steve Wenzloff talk about PGA Tour venue The Club at Nine Bridges in South Korea.
Greenkeepers selected for new ‘Ryder Cup experience’ initiative reflect on a memorable week.
Why is Robert von Hagge’s contribution to the design of the Ryder Cup course not fully acknowledged?
Adam Lawrence asks architects what makes for a strategic par five.
Adam Lawrence tries to explain the appeal of geometric features on golf courses.
How the profession may change between now and 2030.