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Lester George, ASGCA (George Golf Design) may not have seen it all...but he has seen (and experienced) a lot. The Virginia-based golf course architect has designed 11 First Tee facilities and countless practice facilities, not to mention his positive impact on some of...
GolfAdvisor.com's Brad Klein attended the recent ASGCA Annual Meeting in Houston. His review of the impressive proceedings led with this simple declaration: "America’s most exclusive golf club is also its most welcoming." Klein also wrote: Every golfer has an opinion...
The 90+-year-old Lakeside Golf Club in Los Angeles, has completed a renovation from Todd Eckenrode, ASGCA (Origins Golf Design). Use of historical aerial and ground photographs helped achieve the near-original restoration. Golf Course Architecture reports: Located on...
ASGCA Founding Member Donald Ross designed the Lake Course at Chautauqua Golf Club in 1924. Ninety-four years later, how would he improve the course? That is the challenge welcomed by Saline, Michigan golf course architect Chris Wilczynski, ASGCA (C.W. Golf...
Golf course superintendents and general managers agree that topping the “wish list” for their golfers are a dedicated short game practice/learning area and enhanced practice range. That is just one result of the “Golf Facility Market Trend Watch” report, commissioned...
ASGCA Past President Jeff Brauer, ASGCA, (Jeffrey D. Brauer Design) touted results of the recent ASGCA Market Trend Watch report conducted with Sports & Leisure Research Group at the Golf Industry Show. Brauer noted to Golf Course Industry the number of courses - both...
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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.
@ASGCA Annual Meeting last week, @JeffBlumeASGCA promoted the economic successes of golf courses. From clubs and facilities to host communities, the game (and business) of golf is economically viable for all...and here are 84.1 Billion reasons why! https://t.co/SvKtPp38Mu
@ASGCA is proud to be a part of @wearegolf, and to join with our industry partners in making a positive impact on the game. Such a valuable time in Washington for #NationalGolfDay this week,; & the grassroots work at home continues every day of the year! https://t.co/4VM1H8a4Hn
A recent article from Inc. magazine highlights the positives of the golf industry, reminding readers of the many attributes the game continues to possess. "The game has tremendous international reach, an array of young stars, and continues to innovate toward growth."...
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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