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Wilczynski, ASGCA, to create Master Plan at Chautauqua Golf Club

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...

A Sooner crosses the border: Davis, ASGCA, is busy in Texas

Tripp Davis, ASGCA (Tripp Davis and Associates Golf Architecture) is a Georgia native and University of Oklahoma graduate who is having a positive impact on golf course architecture in Texas. He talks design - and rivalries - in a "Tartan Talks" podcast with Golf...

Brauer, ASGCA, discusses architecture focused on “millenialism”

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...

ASGCA study provides insight on business issues at golf facilities

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...

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Over time, the actors will change. And we may be a tad biased, but to us, on a weekly basis (to paraphrase Shakespeare), "the stage is the thing," whether you tee it up at a resort course or your favorite municipal facility. Get out and play! @ASGCA
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A whole lot of quality golf course architecture represented in these photos...and some pretty good playing, too. @ASGCA @APinv @APDCgolf @jacknicklaus
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Throwback to 2009, as Forrest Richardson and Bob Cupp pose for a photo during the @ASGCA Annual Meeting in Seattle. #tbt #asgca @ForrestPhx

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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.
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Learn about our past ASGCA members who helped define ASGCA’s storied history. Below is our featured Legacy Member of the month.

Edmund Ault
1908 - 1989

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