Paul Chester provides an insight into how UK golf facilities are using all-weather surfaces to boost profits while reducing water consumption.
Thad Layton of Arnold Palmer Design Company outlines the essentials for good practice facilities.
Joe Betulius discusses how Profile Products helped to establish the Greg Norman layout in Jordan.
Ellie Parry describes the implementation of a new irrigation system as part of a renovation of the Slovenian course.
With Sand Valley's next course to be 6,000 yards, Adam Lawrence asks if golf is slimming down.
Harry Cloke explains why data analytics is the future of golf course management and design.
Rees Jones describes his work on Taiheiyo Club’s Gotemba course, which lies beside Mount Fuji in Japan.
Martin Sternberg shares details of a new initiative that is designed to promote the transfer of knowledge and expertise in the golf industry.
Ken Moodie tells GCA about his heritage review of the Nicklaus design at Glen Abbey.
Golf course architect Dr Michael Hurdzan talks about his passion for golf collecting.
Kurt Huseman responds to our ‘Design 2030’ article and suggests that traditional contracting still has a role to play.
Martin Ebert and Tom Mackenzie explain why links courses are moving away from revetting bunkers.