News | 01 July 2007

Jet set to become golf set

The famous winter resort of Cortina d'Ampezzo, host of the 1956 Winter Olympics and home to the Italian jet set and glitterati, is finally to acquire an 18 hole golf course.
News | 01 July 2007

GOOD READ Doonbeg Ghosts

If Links of Heaven makes one want immediately to jump on a plane and head for Ireland, what effect must this book have?
News | 01 July 2007

Restoring a living museum

One of American golf architecture's key early works, the Old Course at the Bedford Springs resort in southern Pennsylvania is to reopen after a restoration by architect Ron Forse.
News | 01 July 2007

Nicklaus heads for Cape Verde

Scotland-based property developer FM Group has unveiled plans for a £682 million (US$1.35 billion) golf resort in the Cape Verde Islands, located in the mid-Atlantic Ocean.
News | 01 July 2007

Macdonald enters Hall of Fame

Charles Blair Macdonald – the man who originally coined the term 'golf course architect' – will be inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame on 12 November.
News | 01 July 2007

Sweetgrass grows better

A new golf course in Michigan, USA, is to incorporate the myths of the Native American tribe on whose land it is being built as part of its design.