More and more golfers flocking to the course means that architects and builders are in high demand.
The bigger the project, the more apparent stability matters at a leading Houston club with a turf leader well-schooled in construction.
Nearly two decades have passed since Joe Salemi opened his self-designed, highly-acclaimed Boulder Creek Golf Club outside Cleveland. He still can’t stop fixing it.
Different grasses, jarring length and plenty of beauty. The Pfau Course at Indiana University possesses championship aspirations.
Champions Golf Club swiftly renovates bunkers on its Jackrabbit course to accommodate the need to use 36 holes for the U.S. Women’s Open.
A superintendent-designed course at a famed resort balances preserving the past with modern maintenance considerations.