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LaFoy, ASGCA, completes bunker rebuild at James River

James River Country Club in Newport News, Virginia, is sporting new bunkers, courtesy of the golf course architecture of John LaFoy, ASGCA Fellow and Past President. The project began in mid-February and was completed in mid-April. Golf Course Architecture reports:...

Nicklaus, ASGCA, teams with Maj. Dan Rooney on American Dunes

Jack Nicklaus, ASGCA Fellow (Nicklaus Design) is working closely with Maj. Dan Rooney and Folds of Honor on the renovation of Grand Haven Golf Club in Michigan, set to be renamed American Dunes Golf Club. Rooney is a past recipient of the ASGCA Donald Ross Award....

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Course of the Future

An interactive look at forward-thinking ideas ASGCA members – and golf industry product and service providers – are bringing to golf courses on behalf of course owners and operators, including Drone technology, night-time course uses, environmental advances and more.
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Weekend fun fact: More than 270 men & women have been accepted as @ASGCA members since 1947, including member No. 1 William P. Bell (pictured), No. 100 Bradford Benz & No. 200 Forrest Richardson. Bell was #1 because his was the 1st name alphabetically among founders. @ForrestPhx
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This week in Design Excellence: The Royal Ottawa Golf Club - Master renovation plan by Neil Haworth, @ASGCA, updates the course, addresses safety issues & makes facilities more family-oriented; respecting tradition of one of Canada’s premier clubs @nhneil
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Don't wait for 2020 @rydercup at Whistling Straits for Wisconsin championship golf. 71st U.S. Girls’ Junior Championship tees off July 22 @SentryWorld Stevens Point. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. @ASGCA & redesigned by Jones & Bruce Charlton, ASGCA in 2013. @USGA @USGA_PR

Leading Thoughts

Why do clubs renovate their courses?

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...

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