New resort layout is being built in “an exceptional environment with such natural beauty”.
Duo oversees seven-month project to re-grass course, rebuild bunkers and expand tees.
Architect creates heathland layout that contrasts with the club’s Old course by Robert von Hagge.
Architect returns George Thomas and Billy Bell styling to hazards at California club.
Third project for Cowan-Dewar and Keiser partnership will be in ‘heli-ski capital’ Revelstoke.
Former Brynwood G&CC layout to be transformed as part of club rebrand.
Gil Hanse’s layout for Ban Rakat Club’s new Ballyshear Golf Links is inspired by renowned lost course.
Work on Michigan course includes rebuilding greens and renovating bunkers to a Harry Colt style.
OCM focuses on width and angles at course that neighbours Royal Melbourne.
Architect reintroduces Dick Wilson’s original, bold bunkering as part of work at Ohio club.
The cover of our latest issue features the closing green of the newly-restored Fox Chapel GC in Pittsburgh.
Issue explores how small parcels of land can be repurposed to broaden club offerings.
Is the golf and housing estate model permanently broken, or are there ways that development golf can still succeed?
Toby Ingleton reports on a course renovation to deliver a layout worthy of the club’s major past.
Mike Clayton questions the design standards and variety of the game’s tour venues.
Connor Lewis examines previous debates about technology in golf and asks what we can learn from them.
Vaughn Halyard reports from the Michigan resort, where an exciting new short course has just opened.
In the latest in his series of pieces for GCA, architect and former tour pro Mike Clayton focuses in on the ball.
Marco Martin says golf projects within residential developments offer the opportunity to bring the public closer to the sport.
Mike Clayton highlights the qualities of golf courses that are not designed for any specific type of golfer.
Brett Hochstein reflects on an experience that changed the way he viewed golf design and construction.
Brandon Johnson shares four of his favourite golf course features.
A luxury retreat on the French island of Corsica remains true to its rustic heritage, and has a golf course that reflects the same ethos. Toby Ingleton finds out more.
Which course has Sandy the gopher visited this month?