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Arthur Hills, ASGCA (Hills/Forrest/Smith Golf Course Architects), has spent a career designing golf courses in North America and Europe from his home base in Ohio, that are, "playable for all of those who might play it, from the best golfers to the higher-handicap...
Residents of Everett, Washington, and area golfers, will be the beneficiaries when Todd Schoeder, ASGCA Associate, (Icon Golf Studio) completes renovating the municipal Legion Memorial Golf Course, minimizing the impact of stormwater on the city. Golf Course...
ASGCA welcomed six new Associate members to its ranks at the group’s recent 72nd Annual Meeting in Houston. The new members are: Jeffrey Danner, David Ginkel, Mike Gorman, Pedro Guereca Gurrola, Chris Lutzke and Steve Shepherdson. • Danner works with Greg Norma Golf...
A comprehensive renovation of Vestavia Country Club in Birmingham, Alabama, has been completed and the course reopened, following work led by Lester George, ASGCA (George Golf Design). Golf Course Architecture reports: The club has renovated tees, greens, fairways,...
Renovation and restoration work completed by Mark Mungeam, ASGCA (Mungeam Cornish Golf Design) at George Wright Golf Course and Franklin Park Golf Course in Massachusetts was on full display recently. The courses hosted the 2018 Massachusetts Amateur Championship, the...
The recent KMPG Women's PGA Championship at Kemper Lakes Golf Club in Kildeer, Illinois, displayed the renovation work by Rick Jacobson, ASGCA (Jacobson Golf Course Design). The Chicago Tribune recently profiled Jacobson, his 35-year career in golf course...
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This week in Design Excellence: W/Forrest Richardson, @ASGCA, a redesigned short course helped revive the Mountain Shadows community in Arizona, accommodating resort expansion, conserving water & providing a fun golf experience https://t.co/3H7paze6aW @MountainShadows @ForrestPhx https://t.co/gT8xUnXKlF
Arthur Hills, @ASGCA, discusses @ShakerRunGolf & a life in golf course architecture, designing courses that are, “playable for all of those who might play it, from the best golfers to the higher-handicap golfers who might shoot 100 or 110.” https://t.co/c79ROWnK3t @HillsForrest https://t.co/VKisEwAGsm
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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