Twin greens and a fresh design provide options galore on 18-hole course located on Japan’s south coast
In these days of long-hitting, architects are trying to find a new role for par five holes. Adam Lawrence asks what that should be
Adam Lawrences asks six young golf architects about the development of their golf design careers
When both of its courses were damaged by floods, the Italian destination took the opportunity to reimagine their design
Sand is crucial to golf, but supplies are under pressure. Adam Lawrence considers how the game should respond.
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.
Richard Humphreys reports on irrigation upgrades that have brought uniformity to playing surfaces at a classic English parkland course.
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.
Three-course renovation gives Florida community a new lease of life.
The team behind the renovation of the Old course is focused on a sustainable future.