ASGCA members design and remodel many courses worldwide, from the famous and storied to the one in your hometown


Based on experience and knowledge of the game, ASGCA members are qualified to advise on every aspect of golf course design. Search by name, location or specialty.


Whether it’s a new layout, a comprehensive remodel or a strategy consult, ASGCA members know the science and art of golf course design


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ASGCA brings back “Great Junior Golf Design Challenge” for 2021

ASGCA brings back “Great Junior Golf Design Challenge” for 2021

BROOKFIELD, Wis. – The American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA) has brought back a program to showcase creativity in golf course architecture among young people. “The Great Junior Golf Design Challenge of 2021,” encourages children to design their own golf...

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Course of the Future

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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What kind of an impact can your words to a 13-year-old have on his/her future? For Brian Costello, @ASGCA, a discussion of Tillinghast set the groundwork for a career in course architecture (part of a series of interviews with ASGCA members on @YouTube).
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Not a bad place for @PGATOUR to spend the weekend: Harbour Town Golf Links in South Carolina. An @ASGCA flavor, designed by Pete Dye with consultation from @jacknicklaus. Best of luck to everyone! #RBCHeritage @ILoveDyeGolf
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Expand your visibility to golfers with disabilities in 2021. @AccessGolf hosts a search engine to assist individuals locate accessible golf facilities within their local area. Submit your facility for #inclusion with the easy-to-access online form:

Leading Thoughts

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

Discover the rich tradition behind ASGCA and how its shaped today’s organization.

Relive magnificent creations, contributions, and moments as told by ASGCA members.

Telling Jack Nicklaus “No, Thank You” – Craig Schreiner

Myrtle Beach-based Craig Schreiner, president of Schreiner Golf, Inc. (SGI), has designed golf course projects throughout the North and Central America. He holds a BS in landscape architecture from Oregon State University and an AAS in turfgrass management from Ohio...

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