Hearn, ASGCA, developing Washtenaw Golf Club Master Plan

Raymond Hearn, ASGCA, (Raymond Hearn Golf Course Designs) is developing a new long-range Master Plan for Washtenaw Golf Club (formerly the Washtenaw Country Club) founded in 1899 and located in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Hearn will be working closely with the club’s...

ASGCA members discuss TPC/Harding Park ahead of PGA Championship

Several West-coast based ASGCA members provided their thoughts on TPC/Harding Park – and the importance of public-access golf courses – in the run-up to the 2020 PGA Championship at the famed San Francisco course. ASGCA members Gary Baird, Cary Bickler,...

Lutzke, ASGCA, to add 10-hole short course at Black Wolf Run

It’s not often a golf course design includes a swimming hole – let alone FOUR of them – but that is part of “The Baths of Black Wolf Run” coming to Kohler, Wisconsin, in 2021 from Chris Lutke, ASGCA (Albanese & Lutzke Golf Course...

Nicklaus Design tabbed for new 18-hole project in Florida

A new, 18-hole golf course, 9-hole par-3 short course, and a state-of-the-art training and practice facility from Jack Nicklaus, ASGCA Fellow (Nicklaus Design), will be the centerpiece of a new project taking shape at “Panther National” in Florida. Golf...

Sherman, ASGCA, unveils new course at Boar’s Head in Virginia

Scot Sherman, ASGCA, and the team at Love Golf Design have cut the ribbon on the new Birdwood Course at Boar’s Head Resort, Charlottesville, Virginia. The finished facility will include 18 holes of golf, plus six-hole short course, putting course and practice...

Wilczynski, ASGCA, prepares Master Plan for Michigan’s Pine River

A Master Plan addressing the original nine holes at Pine River Country Club, Alma, Michigan, has been developed by Chris Wilczynski, ASGCA (C.W. Golf Architecture). Golf Course Architecture reports: “The design and routing of the course was well thought out,” said...

Industry leaders flock to “ASGCA Insights” podcast

Some of the most respected names in the golf industry have been featured as part of the “ASGCA Insights” podcast series, hosted by the American Society of Golf Course Architects. Recent guests include: Jack Nicklaus, ASGCA Fellow – He detailed how...