In The News
Paul Albanese, ASGCA (Albanese & Lutzke Golf Course Design) has seen the opening this summer of his new course design at Sage Run Golf Course in Harris Township, Michigan. The course compliments, but is quite unique from, his 2008 design at Sweetgrass, also part of...
ASGCA Past President Rees Jones (Rees Jones, Inc. Golf Course Design) and Bryce Swanson, ASGCA, responded to questions via Twitter July 31, discussing Bellerive Country Club, St. Louis, host to the 100th PGA Championship Aug. 9-12. Following is a transcript of the...
Todd Quitno, ASGCA (Lohmann Quitno Golf Course Architects) has been part of the golf world since age 10. He shares his passion, his hobby and his golf course architecture career in a "Tartan Talks" podcast with Golf Course Industry. Quitno tells Guy Cipriano that...
Golfers in Minneapolis now have an opportunity to play the newly renovated Theodore Wirth Golf Course, following a project led by Kevin Norby, ASGCA (Herfort-Norby Golf Course Architects). The original nine-hole course opened in 1916 as Glenwood Golf Course and was...
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...
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A unique idea for Chicago's Jackson Park Golf Course from @ASGCA members Greg Martin & Mike Benkusky: an affordable facelift rather than a $60 million rebuild. https://t.co/m6ZevlaBSO @jacksonparkCPD @chicagotribune @gm_mdgolf @BenkuskyGolf @EricZorn https://t.co/bslMBnC2qa
Golf course architects spend a fair amount of time working w/golf pros & superintendents. It's rare today to find one person filling both roles. Nathan Crace, @ASGCA, writes about this unique professional for "Golf Course Industry." https://t.co/BhDmAW8cHU @GCImagazine @lipouts https://t.co/MMKWB3A1Rw
Quick quiz for golf course architecture aficionados: Have you ever played a course where "Drumlin" is a design feature? And do you know what drumlin is? @paul_albanese, @ASGCA does, & its featured at his new course design in Michigan. https://t.co/TMlmNwuk9s @alblutz https://t.co/w5po9Av41u
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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