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Meeting the need for speed at UK golf clubs
Opinion | Vanessa Gardner

Meeting the need for speed at UK golf clubs

Vanessa Gardner says clubs are looking to offer something different to the norm.

Adopting a new approach to water margins
Opinion | Richard Allen

Adopting a new approach to water margins

How a new solution for lake edging can ease maintenance and improve safety.

Grange Golf Club: A new angle for safety
Opinion | James D'Arcy

Grange Golf Club: A new angle for safety

James D’Arcy explains how a recent project has helped improve safety at the Dublin club.

Why OK is no longer good enough
Opinion | Thad Layton

Why OK is no longer good enough

Thad Layton explains that resort golf courses must reinvent themselves to survive.

 

Devereux Emmet: The Naturalist
Opinion | Mark Chalfant

Devereux Emmet: The Naturalist

Mark Chalfant profiles the designer of more than 150 courses.

A golf course architect’s guide to chunking
Opinion | Jaeger Kovich

A golf course architect’s guide to chunking

Jaeger Kovich explains the technique by which many of today’s bunkers are built.

Kingston Heath: the best flat course on earth?
Opinion | John McLindon

Kingston Heath: the best flat course on earth?

John McLindon asks what can be learned from MacKenzie and Soutar’s great design.

From one artist to another
Opinion | Agustin Piza

From one artist to another

Agustín Pizá explores the similarities between his job and the creative art of making music.

Five features to enhance playability of a golf course
Opinion | Kari Haug

Five features to enhance playability of a golf course

Kari Haug highlights the features included in her concept of ‘leverage design’.

A Spanish jewel from Philip Mackenzie Ross
Opinion | Alejandro Nagy

A Spanish jewel from Philip Mackenzie Ross

Alejandro Nagy profiles Real Club de Golf de Las Palmas in the Canary Islands

Innovation is the name of the game
Opinion | Shannon Fisher

Innovation is the name of the game

How one golf architect is finding new solutions to golf clubs’ problems

How nine hole courses could get golf back into cities
Opinion | Frank Pont

How nine hole courses could get golf back into cities

Architect Frank Pont says that the reversible course concept could be the answer.

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