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Jones, ASGCA, brings Longleaf Tee System to Medinah No. 2

A restoration to the famed Medinah Country Club No. 2 outside Chicago, by ASGCA Past President Rees Jones (Rees Jones, Inc.) includes the introduction of the Longleaf Tee System to members. The course, restored to Tom Bendelow's original design, will re-open in June....

Robbins, ASGCA, looks to adjust the rules on “wayward shots”

The recent updates to the Rules of Golf from the USGA and R&A have gotten ASGCA Past President Rick Robbins (Robbins & Associates International) to thinking. He shared his thoughts on "one of the least understood, most severe and most ignored penalties in...

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People are talking about ASGCA

In honor of ASGCA’s 70th anniversary, golf industry leaders provided their thoughts on ASGCA and its members.

“ASGCA member contributions have been instrumental to the enjoyment of the game by millions around the world. Since the 1940s, golf facilities have benefited from the efforts of ASGCA members. Their course design expertise has provided inspiring and enjoyable playing grounds for all of us to deepen our love for the game.”

Mike Davis

Executive Director and CEO, USGA

“(ASGCA members) embody the highest form of technical experience in course architecture planning, design and implementation. Your average golf architecture junkie…has no real understanding of the 90 percent of infrastructure that’s underground and invisible to the golfer’s eye that really enables the golf course to function.”

Bradley S. Klein

Architecture Editor, Golfweek

“ASGCA has a broad platform from which to communicate on issues of importance to the game. Whether it’s to design golf courses in ways that are more friendly to the average golfer or in ways that are more environmentally sustainable…they’re able to do that because of the nature of their members.”

Steve Mona

CEO, World Golf Foundation

“I’ve long thought it was essential for the profession of golf design to speak with one voice on important issues, whether it’s licensing or environmental regulations or technology. I’ve also witnessed first-hand the networking that occurs at ASGCA Annual Meetings; these are rivals who can still be friends. Amazing.”

Ron Whitten

Senior Editor of Architecture, Golf Digest

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Longleaf Tee Initiative

An 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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