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.
Sam Sakocius reports on Saudi Arabia’s ambitious plans to become a major player in the world golf market.
Mike DeVries considers the challenges and opportunities for golf following the global pandemic.
David Thomas explains how Worcestershire GC came to discover an old Alister MacKenzie-designed green that had been out of play for 80 years.
David Bily highlights two projects in Switzerland that are attracting new golfers with high quality entry-level experiences.
Paul Chester provides an insight into how UK golf facilities are using all-weather surfaces to boost profits while reducing water consumption.