Paul Thomas produces new 12-hole layout plan, which is being considered by members of Wallsend Golf Club.
Thai club is returning bunkers closer to original design and make them ’almost maintenance free’.
Alan Rijks designs nine-hole par-three layout, with lighting for evening play, at Dutch club.
Architect’s proposals include green expansion, tree removal and bunker work.
Architect removes every bunker on public layout in Maryland for greater sustainability.
Pat Ruddy designs nine-hole par-three layout on 14-acre site on Ireland’s north coast.
Beau Welling and Heritage Links collaborate with Texas club on bunker renovation project.
New practice facility at Irish club was financed by a government grant.
Project at Austrian club is designed to restore course’s position as number one in the country.
Craig Haltom builds four holes on new land and reroutes the remainder on Wisconsin layout.
The cover of our new issue features Coore & Crenshaw’s Sheep Ranch course at Bandon Dunes.
Industry leaders and architects consider how golf facilities can adapt to thrive post-coronavirus.
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.
In the latest in a series of articles, Mike Clayton clarifies his position on the role of trees in playing strategy.
Tom Mackenzie and Martin Ebert considers how projects can proceed and succeed without travel.
Peter Harradine rages about the presence of unnecessary bunkers on golf courses.
Mike Clayton encourages UK golfers to make the most of the firm and fast golf brought by unusually hot spring weather.
Maverick Golf’s Jack Lund talks about his debut design in the Dominican Republic.
Sam Sakocius reports on Saudi Arabia’s ambitious plans to become a major player in the world golf market.
Which course has Sandy the gopher visited this month?