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The seventh annual American Society of Golf Course Architects Design Excellence Recognition Program honorees have been named. Projects from 11 courses have been cited for their work with ASGCA members in addressing unique design challenges. Since its creation, the...
Transcript of Twitter chat ahead of ASGCA Foundation Symposium on Forward Tees and other High-ROI Investments in Golf Facilities
ASGCA members and golf industry leaders responded to questions via Twitter Oct. 30, discussing their facilities and the upcoming ASGCA Foundation event, From Tees to Green: A Symposium on Forward Tees & Other High-ROI Ideas, taking place at Pinehurst Resort...
Nearly 100 years after ASGCA Founding Member Donald Ross first routed the ground that is now Pinehurst No. 4, the course has undergone what writer Brad Klein has termed a "retrovation," led by Gil Hanse, ASGCA (Hanse Golf Course Design). During one stretch of the...
Full information available here ASGCA and ASGCA Foundation will host a symposium on Nov. 28-29 promoting the benefits of investing in golf facilities – including adding Forward Tees – and detailing how these investments are directly linked to facility success. From...
Students at Michigan State University are used to hearing from and seeing a unique side of Chris Wilczynski, ASGCA (C.W. Golf Architecture); he serves as a professor of Turfgrass Management, taking over a course previously taught by Bruce Matthews, ASGCA. Wilczynski...
Pure Seed and Atlas Turf International are proud to introduce PurePro® Seeded Bermudagrass, a blend of the industry’s highest performing hybrid bermudas. With the goal of delivering the ultimate playing surfaces, PurePro combines the attributes of multiple varieties...
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New from @ASGCA Foundation, "Forward Tee; Case Studies in Additional Tees" looks at golf facilities who benefit by adding tee options, improving their bottom line. https://t.co/ENuHKKtRGn @ToroGolf @TheToroCompany @lipouts @LohmannQuitno @bergingolf @SPForrest @SteveWeisser https://t.co/nmZM3Tv5Ot
Any program that leads to more people playing more golf and enjoying it more is worth promoting. Golf Business News reports on an international program that may introduce golf coaches to up to 200,000 potential clients. https://t.co/6JaH7cAdsj @ASGCA @eGolfBusiness https://t.co/kRUqgs2hwU
Jon Last of Sports & Leisure Research Group reveals the findings of his firm's ASGCA-commissioned research into golf facility trends. In the Spring 2018 issue of By Design, he provided some initial insights into the latest findings of Golf Facility Market Trend Watch,...
Longleaf Tee InitiativeAn ASGCA Foundation/U.S. Kids Golf Foundation partnership that increases course playability and golfer enjoyment. Golf course operators work with ASGCA members to strategically expand existing tee complexes and, as a result, increase rounds and improve pace of play. More Information
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