News | 01 April 2006

Hansen to build Germany's first links

A new course currently under construction on the island of Sylt will be Germany's first true links course, according to architect Rolf-Stephan Hansen.
News | 01 April 2006

The Player: Mark O'Meara

Double Major champion Mark O'Meara tells GCA he thinks the best courses should offer strong visuals and be open to the wind.
News | 01 April 2006

Stanley Thompson

Canadian golf architect Jeff Mingay profiles his fellow countryman, the larger than life designer of Banff Springs, Jasper Park and Highlands Links.
News | 01 April 2006

Risk or reward?

Jason Straka looks at the most important aspect of the golf course architecture business.
News | 01 April 2006

Signature Designers

Few things stir up more debate among golf course architects than the vexed question of signature designers. When touring pros, or indeed other marquee names, put their seal of approval to a golf course, say some architects, the quality and value for money
News | 01 April 2006

Askernish Golf Club

Adam Lawrence had the opportunity to accompany golf course architect Martin Ebert and consultant Gordon Irvine as they sought to restore the old links of Askernish in Scotland's Outer Hebrides.
News | 01 April 2006

Muskoka Bay Club

The Muskoka Bay Club in Gravenhurst, Ontario is a spectacular new semi-private golf course built on the rugged and wild landscape of the Canadian Shield.
News | 01 April 2006

Interview: Kyle Phillips

California-based architect Kyle Phillips is busy at home but his highest profile work is on this side of the Atlantic. Toby Ingleton recently met Phillips at The Grove to talk design.