EIGCA annual meeting highlights measures to increase participation from under-represented groups.
Cynthia Dye McGarey routes Erbil layout through valley with meandering stream and lakes.
Short layout will have holes ranging from 60 to 115 yards and is expected to open in summer 2022.
Welsh artist Arwyn Davies produces watercolour paintings of architect’s designs.
Portuguese resort to begin regrassing and bunker project at RTJ II-designed Atlantic course.
The nine-hole par-three course has greens inspired by famous par threes such as Redan and Eden.
Architect works at Massachusetts club on bunkers, regrassing and adding new tees.
Strategy of new course by Coore and Crenshaw is determined by site’s natural dune contours.
Our cover features the first hole of the new St Patrick’s Links course at Rosapenna.
Which course has Sandy the gopher visited this month?
Cover story considers the impact that aesthetics play in golf course design.
Adam Lawrence visited Rosapenna in Ireland to see Tom Doak’s new course.
Mark Wagner reflects on two Herbert Leeds designs and considers whether architects could be encouraged to enfold the aristocratic origins of golf into a new egalitarian era.
In the second part of our feature on post-pandemic golf, Adam Lawrence asks if the Covid-19 will have a long-term change on the way architects work.
In the first of a two-part special, Adam Lawrence asks if the pandemic-fuelled golf revival has legs.
Brad Klein reports on a bold, aggressive new restoration by Gil Hanse and Jim Wagner.
Addison DeHaven discusses the career of Dan Blankenship, designer of 18 golf courses in Brazil.
Richard Humphreys reports on irrigation upgrades that have brought uniformity to playing surfaces at a classic English parkland course.
Mark Wagner reflects on the history and recent restoration work at two public courses in Massachusetts.
Brian Curley describes how China’s golfing landscape has changed over the last 30 years.
Toby Ingleton finds out about the origins of the game in Saudi Arabia, and what the future holds.
Across the golfing world there are signs of munis finding a new role and new life, as Adam Lawrence reports.