Texas A&M University's golf course has closed for a major remodel aimed at making it one of the best campus courses in the US. The project is being overseen by Texas A&M graduate and golf architect Jeff Blume.
Massachusetts-based firm Sterling Golf Management is to take charge of the course on re-opening, which is expected to take place late next year. In addition to renovating the hole course, the Blume-led project will also include space for three new holes that will be used for research and educational purposes when the course is reopened, according to university officials.
Dennis Corrington, executive director of Texas A&M’s Department of Recreational Sports, said: “We are extremely excited about this renovation. It is something that our loyal customers and members deserve.”