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.
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.
Richard Humphreys finds out how golf construction work around the globe has progressed amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Golf course architects share their memories of Pete Dye, and explain how he influenced their work.
Adam Lawrence investigates the appeal of the baby par three.
Behind an inconspicuous gateway across the street from Fox Studios, a Hollywood star has been under the knife. Toby Ingleton discovers more.
Adam Lawrence reports on whether it is possible to design a course that will be fun and playable for all levels of golfer.
Wayne Carleton reflects on golf course changes prompted by construction of a new public pathway.
For most clubs, multi-million pound renovation projects are no more than pie in the sky. Adam Lawrence asks how to get the best value from course investments.
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.