American Society of Golf Course Architects

Dye redoes Dye at Georgia's Ford Plantation

ASGCA Past President Pete Dye designed the Ford Plantation course in Richmind Hills, Georgia, in 1986. Nearly 30 years later, he was on-hand every step of the way in a major rennovation. The course reopened October 1.

Albanese, ASGCA, designing new Tatanka Golf Club, Nebraska

Seeding has been completed with an eye toward a 2015 opening of the new Tatanka Golf Club in Niobrara, Nebraska. The course was designed by Paul Albanese, ASGCA.

Membership waiting list at Dunwoody following renovation by Bergin, ASGCA

Just one year after the renovation work of Bill Bergin, ASGCA, Dunwoody Country Club in Atlanta, has full membership, including a waiting list for the first time in five years.

Robbins, ASGCA, writes on environmental sustainability in China

ASGCA Past President Rick Robbins wrote an article on building environmentally sustainable golf in China for China Golf Management Magazine. Robbins is recognized as one of the leading golf architects in China with more than 20 years of experience designing courses in Asia.