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Wilczynski, ASGCA, prepares Master Plan for Michigan’s Pine River

Wilczynski, ASGCA, prepares Master Plan for Michigan’s Pine River

A Master Plan addressing the original nine holes at Pine River Country Club, Alma, Michigan, has been developed by Chris Wilczynski, ASGCA (C.W. Golf Architecture). Golf Course Architecture reports: “The design and routing of the course was well thought out,” said...

Industry leaders flock to “ASGCA Insights” podcast

Industry leaders flock to “ASGCA Insights” podcast

Some of the most respected names in the golf industry have been featured as part of the "ASGCA Insights" podcast series, hosted by the American Society of Golf Course Architects. Recent guests include: Jack Nicklaus, ASGCA Fellow - He detailed how “sinking a couple of...

Harbour Town updates from Sherman, ASGCA, on full display

Harbour Town updates from Sherman, ASGCA, on full display

The work of Scot Sherman, ASGCA, (Love Golf Design) at Harbour Town is being shown off as the PGA Tour returns for the RBC Heritage. The Hilton Head Course provided a challenge of making needed updates while maintaining the original ideals of Pete and Alice Dye. Golf...

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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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Feed the Ball Salon Vol. 10, ft. Rees Jones
Mr. Jones steps into the Salon to talk about working difficult sites, underrated courses, design styles, the Creek Course 👇, Long Island, the age of renovation and major championship results. @GolfDigest
07/02/2020 at 3:30pm
"This is not a ‘renovation’, it is more of a very careful, well-guided, on-going evolution." Drew Rogers, @ASGCA, describes his role @PinehillsCCWI in Wisconsin. "Fully expose its grandeur beyond what was previously thinkable. @JDRgolfdesign @gcamagazine
07/02/2020 at 2:36pm
He grew up working a maintenance job at a Seth Raynor-designed course. He recently completed a massive project at a Tom Bendelow-designed course. Todd Schoeder connects the eras while telling his personal story in a Tartan Talks podcast.

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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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