“ASGCA Insights” podcast debuts

“ASGCA Insights,” a podcast from the American Society of Golf Course Architects, premiered April 27. “ASGCA Insights” features discussions with men and women who are making a positive difference in the golf industry. Podcasts are shared at ASGCA.org and will be...

Harvey, ASGCA, completes bunker renovation at Rockland Country Club

A Master Plan for Rockland Country Club (Sparkhill, N.Y.) designed by A. John Harvey, ASGCA (A. John Harvey Golf Course Design) has been completed. The project featured the renovation/creation of 76 bunkers and additional work on #1 green. Better Billy Bunker liner...

ASGCA members to join NCA webinar April 17

On Friday, April 17 a free webinar, “How Golf Course Architects Can Help Clubs Amid COVID-19” from National Club Association will feature several ASGCA members.ASGCA President Jan Bel Jan and members Chris Cochran and Chad Goetz of Nicklaus Design will...

Martin, ASGCA, reminds us that “Golf is Refuge”

ASGCA Past President Greg Martin (Martin Design) shares an essay that reminds readers – especially in challenging times – of the value golf and golf courses provide to a community as a source of refuge and retreat. His essay follows: The vast benefit of...

The Great Junior Golf Design Challenge of 2020

  Welcome to “The Great Junior Golf Design Challenge of 2020.” The challenge – a fun activity, not a contest – is simple. Young people ages 17 and younger may submit their design ideas for a golf hole with no limitations; any par, style or strategy, from fun to...

ASGCA launches “Great Junior Golf Design Challenge”

The American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA) has launched a program to showcase creativity in golf course architecture among young people. “The Great Junior Golf Design Challenge of 2020,” encouraging children to design their own golf hole, was created as a...

Letter to governors in support of golf courses

As U.S. governors consider what businesses should remain open in the coming days, the value of keeping golf courses open will be discussed. Following is a form letter you may use as the basis for outreach to state leaders, promoting the benefits of course play. Please...