News | 01 January 2008

Investigating hazards

Hazards define the game of golf, and a course on which they are poorly placed is a frustrating, joyless place. Adam Lawrence investigates their use.
News | 01 January 2008

Rolling and tumbling

The majority of golf shots are played on or around greens, so green design is central to the success of any course. But, as the pressure to increase green speeds grows, so the ability of architects to build interesting greens is reduced. Or is it?
News | 01 January 2008

Tom Simpson

An English eccentric who built many of the best courses of continental Europe, Tom Simpson is a true unsung hero of course design, says Tom Mackenzie
News | 01 October 2007

Developing success

Golf is experiencing significant growth across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.