News | 01 October 2006

The future of golf housing

The traditional approach to golf housing has been to line the fairways with as much housing as possible to maximise the bottom line.
News | 01 October 2006

Chateau des Vigiers

A year after formally retiring and passing most of his interests in course design to his long-time associates Tom Mackenzie and Martin Ebert, veteran British golf architect Donald Steel has begun a new project.
News | 01 October 2006

One golf course, two countries!

Golf clubs, golf shoes, passport! Well, not quite, but playing on a golf course that spans two countries must be quite an exciting and unusual experience.
News | 01 October 2006

Back to the future

Golf courses rarely remain unchanged for many years. But should courses be altered to match the modern game?
News | 01 October 2006

Designing in digital

The influence of CAD has touched most parts of the design process.With computerised flythroughs and 3D visualisations commonplace, Mark Alexander looks at pros and cons of going digital.
News | 01 July 2006


On the southwest coast of Ireland, Dooks GC has gained a reputation amongst the lucrative American tourist market as something of a hidden gem.
News | 01 July 2006

The Renaissance Club

Renaissance Golf Design, the firm of American architect Tom Doak, is well under way with construction on his first course in Britain.
News | 01 July 2006

Courses for horses?

As happens often throughout the creative process, an idea that starts out as a lark will often become a fortunate set of circumstances.
News | 01 July 2006

Golf lessons

How should aspiring golf architects go about getting into the industry?
News | 01 July 2006

Restoring Colt at Saint-Germain

Harry Colt's course at Golf de Saint-Germain, to the west of Paris, which opened back in 1922, is being restored by an exceptional fourball of contributors.