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2020 ASGCA study shows optimism among owners/operators

2020 ASGCA study shows optimism among owners/operators

Course renovation continues to be the facility enhancement most desired by golfers at both public and private courses, according to golf course superintendents and general managers. That is just one result of the 3rd “Golf Facility Market Trend Watch” report,...

Paul Fullmer, long-time ASGCA  Executive Secretary, dies at age 85

Paul Fullmer, long-time ASGCA Executive Secretary, dies at age 85

Paul Fullmer, former President of Selz/Seabolt Communications and Executive Secretary of the American Society of Golf Course Architects when based in Chicago, died Jan. 10, 2020 in Carlsbad, California. He was 85. Fullmer, a 1955 journalism graduate of the University...

Pete Dye, ASGCA Fellow, dies at 94

Pete Dye, ASGCA Fellow, dies at 94

Pete Dye, a Past President and Fellow of the American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA) and 1995 Donald Ross Award recipient, died Jan. 9, 2020, at age 94. The patriarch of one of the most famous families in golf course design, ASGCA members will also remember...

Quail Ridge (Florida) reopens after redesign by Weed, ASGCA

Quail Ridge (Florida) reopens after redesign by Weed, ASGCA

“The South Course improvements provide a modern, contemporary finish that will keep the membership engaged for several decades.” Those words from Bobby Weed, ASGCA (Bobby Weed Golf Design) marked the reopen of Quail Ridge Country Club, Boyton Beach, Florida. Golf Inc....

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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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Golf Course Architect of the Week: Damian Pascuzzo, @ASGCA. 21 years designing w/Robert Muir Graves, now w/Steve Pate. Designs often include water conservation, turf reduction & alternative facilities to attract new players. (Pic: Ranch Golf Club, Mass.)
02/14/2020 at 1:15pm
@ASGCA 2020 Market Trend Watch Report; More general managers think golfers would welcome enhanced short game areas/practice ranges & 90%+ superintendents say greens condition & overall course condition most important for players. @Jon_Last @GCImagazine
02/14/2020 at 10:25am
Our bunker restoration and renovation work at the highly acclaimed Metedeconk National GC in Jackson, NJ.

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A Course to Call Home

A Course to Call Home

In the tradition of the great golf course architects, Don Knott, ASGCA (Knott & Linn Golf Design Group) has been considering the options for making the game as fun, challenging and unique as possible for all golfers. Following are his thoughts on a short course, A...

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