Will golf’s long, leisurely days clash with today’s fast pace of change? Far from it.
GEO Foundation’s Sam Thomas considers the return to the traditions of golf course design.
A new golf course in Russia has been designed to be played in a multitude of ways.
Ian Andrew explains why the restoration movement may be on its last legs.
Peter Harradine explains how course design differs in certain parts of the world.
The architect describes the brush strokes he has applied to a fading canvas.
Vanessa Gardner says clubs are looking to offer something different to the norm.
How a new solution for lake edging can ease maintenance and improve safety.
James D’Arcy explains how a recent project has helped improve safety at the Dublin club.
Thad Layton explains that resort golf courses must reinvent themselves to survive.
Mark Chalfant profiles the designer of more than 150 courses.
Jaeger Kovich explains the technique by which many of today’s bunkers are built.