News | 01 April 2007

Mountain climbs higher

Pete Dye's Mountain course at La Quinta in California has just been extensively renovated by the resort, with the assistance of the architect and his son Perry.
News | 01 April 2007

Hurdzan to collect Ross Award

Golf architect and writer Dr Michael Hurdzan has been selected as the 2007 recipient of the American Society of Golf Course Architects' (ASGCA) highest honour, the Donald Ross Award.
News | 01 April 2007

KPMG addresses emerging markets

'Golf Development in the Emerging Markets' will be the theme of the fourth annual KPMG Golf Business Forum, which brings together golf and real estate developers, investment groups, banks, equity funds, master planners, course architects,
News | 01 April 2007

Swan and Murray join forces

Ewen Murray, former PGA tournament professional and now a journalist and the principal golf commentator for Sky TV, has begun to work with Howard Swan and his team at Swan Golf Designs.
News | 01 April 2007

Coming soon: Valderrama II?

Valderrama Golf Club owner Jaime Ortiz-Patiño is close to obtaining final planning consents to start work on another golf course, only a couple of miles away from the famous Spanish track.
News | 01 April 2007

Burstwick finally finished

Five years of planning and construction work have come to fruition for architect Jonathan Gaunt, who has completed a new 18-hole pay-and-play course at Burstwick Country Golf in East Yorkshire.
News | 01 April 2007

Phil forms design business

World number three golfer Phil Mickelson is the latest top pro to get into the signature design business.