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Lansing (Mich.) State Journal profiles ASGCA's Matthews family

The Matthews family of Michigan and their impressive impact on golf in their homestate of Michigan was profiled by the Lansing State Journal. The newspaper credits the family with work on more than 30% of the states 800 golf courses.

 
Quitno, ASGCA, has ideas for "that little parcel of land"

Todd Quitno, ASGCA Associate, shared with "Golf Course Industry" readers a practical plan to design/fund/build a short course or practice area at a facility that may generate cash flow and attract new golfers.

 
Schmidt-Curley Design's Sandbelt Trails makes history in China

Sandbelt Trails Course at Mission Hills Haikou, China - a course from ASGCA Vice President Lee Schmidt and Brian Curley, ASGCA - has made history by hosting the PGA Tour's inaugural China Series tournament.

 
Dasher, ASGCA, "keeps it green" on Golf Channel

Mike Dasher, ASGCA, sat down with Golf Channel's Lisa Cornwell to discuss the challenges - and benefits - of having an environmentally friendly course designed by an ASGCA member.

 
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