The cover of our new issue features the new eighth hole at Royal Portrush’s Dunluce course.
Which course has Sandy the gopher visited this month?
Construction is progressing on the transformation of the former Grand Haven Golf Club in Michigan.
Architect says hazards are being remodelled to provide ‘much better visual framing’.
Stuart Rennie’s first new-build replaces the former Torvean layout in Inverness, Scotland.
Project at UK club includes renovation of all bunkers, drainage and a couple of green complexes.
Architect also seeks to open up playing corridors at Dick Phelps-designed Texas municipal.
Johns and Rhebb collaborate for short layout between Doak and Weiskopf layouts at Michigan club.
Wade Horrocks completes overhaul of Calgary municipal following significant investment.
Fry/Straka uses original William Diddle materials to guide design work at Cincinnati club.
Members talk about golf projects that they have worked on in emerging golf markets.
An overview of the alterations that architects Mackenzie & Ebert have made to the Dunluce course.
Cary Bickler reroutes 15 holes and reinstates 11 doglegs as part of restoration at California club.
Joe Betulius discusses how Profile Products helped to establish the Greg Norman layout in Jordan.
A family of new recruits is helping Laguna Golf Lăng Cô tend to its course, as Richard Humphreys discovers.
Ellie Parry describes the implementation of a new irrigation system as part of a renovation of the Slovenian course.
Claudio Golombek talks about golf development in Brazil and his short layout at Golf Ville Resort.
Todd Eckenrode’s naturalistic approach has paid dividends for the new layout in Mexico, as Adam Lawrence reports.
With governments around the world under pressure to save money, Adam Lawrence asks can municipal golf survive.
Architect discusses his design philosophy, influences and approach to projects around the globe.
Adam Lawrence visits The Biltmore Hotel in Miami and reflects on Ross’s influence on American golf.
Jeff Mingay and Vaughn Halyard look at the career of Ron Prichard.