News | 01 October 2005

The Pioneer: Dr Alister MacKenzie

Designer of Alwoodley and Moortown in the UK, Cypress Point and Augusta National in the USA, and Royal Melbourne in Australia, Alister MacKenzie created some of golf’s most revered courses. Mark Rowlinson investigates his legacy.
News | 01 October 2005

One size fits all?

Can golf course architects design courses suitable for both professional tournaments and everyday play?
News | 01 October 2005

Real intelligent design

Intelligent design in golf is the subtle selection and evolution of golf courses, comments Jeremy Pern.
News | 01 October 2005

Haenam Pines

Architect Gary Roger Baird says that Haenam Pines might just be the pebble beach of Korea.
News | 01 October 2005

Architect, architect, architect

Kyle Phillips says that developers should engage an architect first, then use his skills to select a good site for their planned course.
News | 01 October 2005

Golf and the environment

Golf’s relationship with the environment is a touchy subject. The game may not always get the fairest press, but needs to be able to show it is whiter than white, says Adam Lawrence.