Nine-hole North Louisiana layout will be extended to 18 and renamed Smuggler’s Run.
Bertrand Mussotte feature explores partnership between science and golf at Vidauban in France.
Johan Benestam negotiates various landscape challenges to begin building 131-yard hole for Swedish club.
Nineteenth hole plays along the coast and features views of the beach and mountain backdrop.
Frank Pont will restore Colt course “in a manner that will be respectful of its architectural heritage”.
Issue explores how small parcels of land can be repurposed to broaden club offerings.
Design firm completes work in Texas with “features fitting into the terrain a little more naturally”.
Architect addresses water issues as part of $3m project at Texas municipal facility.
Three-quarters of survey respondents said hitting distances were having a negative impact on course design.
Jonathan’s Landing reconstruction project is expected to start next February.
The cover of our new issue features Coore & Crenshaw’s Sheep Ranch course at Bandon Dunes.
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.
Mike Clayton questions the emphasis to be placed on conditioning when rating a golf course.
William Swan considers the golf community’s responsibility to make the game safe.
Adam Lawrence reports on the distinctly Donald Ross feel at Florida club following Ron Forse’s work.
Richard Humphreys finds out how golf construction work around the globe has progressed amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Golfplan reinvents Singapore course following government land acquisition.
Mike Clayton considers the contrasting views Dr Alister MacKenzie and Ernie Els on the subject of rough grass.
Michel Niedbala discusses the importance of environmental responsibility in golf projects.
Tim Lobb says work on classic courses should be respectful of their origins and relevant to today’s game.
Which course has Sandy the gopher visited this month?