With golf experiencing participation figures not seen in decades, is this translating into industry growth for golf course architects?
While match play may no longer be the predominant format for golf, there are some course projects where it drives the design
Can architects convince their clients to keep greens at speeds that allow them to build contoured surfaces, or are we now in a mostly flat era?
Golf needs to find new ways to reduce its water usage, and new innovations in turfgrass may help
Scott Hoffmann incorporates template concepts for new thirteen-hole par-three course
Renovation work at Old Chatham was designed to raise the challenge while remaining playable for all
Architects aim to lay out courses that are playable for all. But should they be catering for really bad golfers?
Brian Costello-led transformation at Washington resort leads to increase in play
The recent renovation of the classic Wisconsin layout has delivered a more traditional aesthetic
Golfers hate it more than almost anything else, but it was once a legitimate strategic hazard, says Adam Lawrence
GCA asks why bunkers are such a prominent part of golf, and what makes a good bunkerless hole
Coore & Crenshaw is working with local developer Russell Lands to bring top class golf to Alabama