Marco Martin says golf projects within residential developments offer the opportunity to bring the public closer to the sport.
Mike Clayton highlights the qualities of golf courses that are not designed for any specific type of golfer.
Brett Hochstein reflects on an experience that changed the way he viewed golf design and construction.
Brandon Johnson shares four of his favourite golf course features.
Mike Clayton questions the emphasis to be placed on conditioning when rating a golf course.
William Swan considers the golf community’s responsibility to make the game safe.
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.