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Hanse, ASGCA, views Pinehurst as “America’s St. Andrews”

Hanse, ASGCA, views Pinehurst as “America’s St. Andrews”

When renovating Pinehurst No. 4, Gil Hanse, ASGCA, was not trying to replicate Donald Ross' work at No.2, but he maintained a healthy respect for the work of ASGCA's first president. “It was our hope to build a golf course that echoed a lot of the sentiments and...

Ross-designed Country Club of Birmingham updated by LaFoy, ASGCA

Ross-designed Country Club of Birmingham updated by LaFoy, ASGCA

ASGCA Past President John LaFoy has completed a renovation of the East course and the practice facilities at the Country Club of Birmingham in Mountain Brook, Alabama. “It was important that every caliber of player got something from this project." Golf Course...

Rosewood Cordevalle reopens after renovation by Charlton, ASGCA

Rosewood Cordevalle reopens after renovation by Charlton, ASGCA

ASGCA Past President John LaFoy has completed a renovation of the East course and the practice facilities at the Country Club of Birmingham in Mountain Brook, Alabama. “It was important that every caliber of player got something from this project." Golf Course...

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08/25/2019 at 6:00am
Case study on Forward Tees added at Graymere Country Club, Tenn., from David Johnston, ASGCA. More than two dozen tees mowed into existing turf adjacent to, or as part of, fairways, 450-750 square feet each. Course can now be played 3,500-6,300 yards. https://t.co/eyEqimTesy https://t.co/UD9TO9Z4bI
08/24/2019 at 6:01am
"GOLF'S GRAND DESIGN" is available from @ASGCA examining history & role of American golf course architecture & exploring the unique relationship between the people who play the game & the places where they play. Co-authors: Bob Cupp, ASGCA, & @RonWhittenGD https://t.co/8OIwxLgHCE https://t.co/Di9rhKVzeU
08/23/2019 at 9:50am
From "By Design," a Q&A with @BenkuskyGolf, @ASGCA. His favorite golf hole? "The 9th at Cypress Point has always been high on the list. A great short par four with so many options. When you see & play it you come away inspired with your own designs." https://t.co/oiChOKHETM https://t.co/9L4NUe44nl

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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 a short course, A...

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