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.
Addison DeHaven discusses the career of Dan Blankenship, designer of 18 golf courses in Brazil.
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.
Kevin Holinaty explains how innovative synthetic tee line solutions can add value to golf courses.
Tiffany Koss talks about the partnership between two family-owned golf enterprises from Wisconsin.
In the final article of his series for GCA, golf course architect Mike Clayton considers the role and responsibilities of green committee members.
Pablo Muñoz Vega highlights the importance of an irrigation audit.
Paul Chester says a well-designed short course can boost income potential.
Mark Ganning explains how the UK club went about the process of installing a new irrigation system.
Mike Clayton questions the design standards and variety of the game’s tour venues.
Connor Lewis examines previous debates about technology in golf and asks what we can learn from them.