COURSE
RENOVATION

For many golf course architects, renovation, redesign and/or restoration projects at existing golf courses form a large part of their portfolio. Elements of golf courses have a limited lifecycle, and trends change, making this type of work essential for clubs that want to continue to attract golfers and remain competitive in their local markets.

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North Ridge reopens course following RTJ II project
News | Mon 25 Jun, 2018

North Ridge reopens course following RTJ II project

California club renovates bunkers and greens ‘to return golf course to its heart and soul’.

Bobby Weed in progress with renovation of Long Cove Club
News | Wed 20 Jun, 2018

Bobby Weed in progress with renovation of Long Cove Club

Architect returns to Hilton Head Island course where he began his career with Pete Dye.

Major remodel on Vancouver Island approaches completion
News | Tue 19 Jun, 2018

Major remodel on Vancouver Island approaches completion

Former Sequoia Springs club overhauled by Northern Golf Design following change in ownership.

Vestavia reopens following renovation by Lester George
News | Mon 18 Jun, 2018

Vestavia reopens following renovation by Lester George

New design of course at 70-year-old Alabama club receives widespread praise from members.

Wider but narrower Shinnecock greets US Open contenders
News | Thu 14 Jun, 2018

Wider but narrower Shinnecock greets US Open contenders

The 118th US Open Championship gets underway today on a course that looks totally transformed.

Seletar selects Golfplan for renovation prompted by land reclaim
News | Wed 13 Jun, 2018

Seletar selects Golfplan for renovation prompted by land reclaim

Singapore club plans major investment to improve course while making room for hiking and bike paths.

Wade Hampton reopens following 11-month renovation project
News | Tue 12 Jun, 2018

Wade Hampton reopens following 11-month renovation project

Fazio Design returns to highly-ranked North Carolina club for greens and bunker rebuilding.

Renovation work begins at Troon North’s Pinnacle course
News | Mon 11 Jun, 2018

Renovation work begins at Troon North’s Pinnacle course

Scottsdale club closes course for four-month project on green complexes and bunkering.

Westmoreland bunker renovation approaches completion
News | Thu 07 Jun, 2018

Westmoreland bunker renovation approaches completion

Pennsylvania club is installing Capillary Concrete on 41 greenside bunkers of Dick Wilson course.

Crooked Creek Club makes transition to Primo Zoysia
News | Mon 04 Jun, 2018

Crooked Creek Club makes transition to Primo Zoysia

Georgia club converts greens to new grass type as part of $1.3 million renovation project.

Alcanada confirms plans for new greens
News | Mon 04 Jun, 2018

Alcanada confirms plans for new greens

Majorcan club will close for three months this winter for renovation work.

Caspar Grauballe completes renovation project at Lillebælt
News | Thu 31 May, 2018

Caspar Grauballe completes renovation project at Lillebælt

Architect transforms bunkering and addresses safety issues at coastal course on Danish island.

Bruntsfield Links completes first phase of renovation work
News | Thu 31 May, 2018

Bruntsfield Links completes first phase of renovation work

World’s fourth oldest club unveils three new-look holes designed by Mackenzie & Ebert.

Restoration work continues at Town & Country Club
News | Wed 30 May, 2018

Restoration work continues at Town & Country Club

Minnesota’s first club progresses with Jeff Mingay’s master plan, to enhance distinctive character.

LATEST
MAGAZINE

Summer 2018 issue of ASGCA’s By Design magazine now available
Magazine, News | Mon 11 Jun, 2018

Summer 2018 issue of ASGCA’s By Design magazine now available

ASGCA members provide insights into the processes involved in planning a golf course project.

Gopher Watch Competition – April 2018
Gopher Watch | Thu 19 Apr, 2018

Gopher Watch Competition – April 2018

Which course has Sandy the gopher visited this month?

FEATURE
ARTICLES

The return of the straight line in course architecture
Feature | Adam Lawrence

The return of the straight line in course architecture

Adam Lawrence tries to explain the appeal of geometric features on golf courses.

Links at Perry Cabin: Pete Dye’s final act
On site | Anthony Pioppi

Links at Perry Cabin: Pete Dye’s final act

Anthony Pioppi visits the last golf course design in which Dye has played an active part.

Skövde: Two out of three ain’t bad
On site | Adam Lawrence

Skövde: Two out of three ain’t bad

Adam Lawrence visits Christian Lundin’s rebuild of a smalltown course in Sweden.

Fighting hurricanes and making positive changes at Quail West
Interview | Sean Dudley

Fighting hurricanes and making positive changes at Quail West

Architect Drew Rogers talks to GCA about his recent work at club in Florida.

Carrying out a big dig at Rolling Hills Country Club
On site | Adam Lawrence

Carrying out a big dig at Rolling Hills Country Club

David McLay Kidd and his team have created a new course in the city of Los Angeles.

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