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Golf at 3 p.m. Thursday? Sure, It’s the Afternoon Fun Economy.
The New York Times explores the rapid growth of "afternoon economy," featuring more people working from home - and the opportunity to spend late-afternoon on other activities, including playing golf in all its forms. Following is the article from Emma Goldberg: At the...
2023 Wadsworth Scholar application available
Applications are being accepted for the 2023 Wadsworth Scholar Program. This program will select two college students of junior rank or higher, as well as two non-students showing an interest and aptitude for golf course development to receive a cash award and attend...
ASGCA members team up for Texas course re-design
The City of Seguin, Texas, has hired Nathan Crace, ASGCA, and Todd Quitno, ASGCA - along with Brian Ross - to redesign the historic Starcke Park Golf Course on the banks of the Guadalupe River. “Todd and I have been looking for a project where we could collaborate for...
“ASGCA Insights” talks architecture and Ryder Cup with Davis Love III
A new "ASGCA Insights" podcast w/Davis Love III, recounts his "incredible adventure" over 30 years as a Ryder Cup player & captain. And when it comes to golf course architecture, "designing 'hard' is easy, interesting & memorable is a much better goal." Love...
Renovation of Texas’ Rigdewood Country Club started by Davis, ASGCA
In Waco, Texas, in 1947, Ridgewood Country Club made its debut. Now more than 75 years later, Tripp Davis, ASGCA (Tripp Davis and Associates Golf Course Architecture), is bringing new life to the course with updates to tees, bunkers and greens. Golf Course...
Fry, ASGCA, “Never graduated from college, but boy did I get a great education.”
One year from earning his college degree, a chance meeting in a bar with an associate of Tom Fazio, ASGCA, led to a career change for Dana Fry, ASGCA (Fry/Straka Global Golf Course Design). Soon after, he dropped out of college to "spend days flagging cacti for...
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Course of the Future
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.
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Gourmet Dining by a Master Chef? Or Fast Food From a Fry Cook? – Nai Chung Lee Chang
Would you rather dine in a gourmet restaurant at a comfortable table…