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Coming Soon ... My Book
I don't update this site very much any more and I would recommend anyone coming here go to the index and begin to wade through years of writing on golf design. The best is highlighted to help you start out. Anyway, by the end of this year I expect to publis...
Coming Soon ... My Book
Coming Soon ... My Book
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2017 The Year in Review - Part 5 – My Business
Pepper Pike 6th So this is the final installment. Hope you enjoyed seeing the year
through my eyes. Overview This was another really good year. I had quite a bit of construction
work, which was mostly based upon Master Plans done with my long-term clients. ...
2017 The Year in Review - Part 5 – My Business
2017 The Year in Review - Part 5 – My Business
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2017 The Year in Review - Part 4 – In The Media
see at: Joshua C.F. Smith‏   @joshuacfsmith Best of Twitter Images : Cavalier Golf Photos @LinksGem Great images and insight into golf architecture Golf Course History: Simon Haines @ Hainesy76   Full of surprises, great rich walk through the game and the g...
2017 The Year in Review - Part 4 – In The Media
2017 The Year in Review - Part 4 – In The Media
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2016 The Year in Review - Part 3 – Ian’s Golfing Travels
I usually make at least one trip to go and see
new courses. This was a pretty good year because I began with a trip to both
Ireland and Northern Ireland. Travels in 2017 By The
Numbers Rounds
Played: 61 (most since 1985) Rounds in
Ireland: 12 Lowest Round: ...
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2017 The Year in Review - Part 2 – Golf Architecture
Pebble’s 14 th Rebuilt and Open for Play “It's a
sensible green change,” Padraig Harrington said after
his round. “Be interesting to see how it
would play in U.S. Open conditions when it's Stimping at 12 or more. I had
a putt on the right side, 5 feet above...
2017 The Year in Review - Part 2 – Golf Architecture
2017 The Year in Review - Part 2 – Golf Architecture
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2016 The Year in Review - Part 1 – Golf
The Ball - Part 1 – Increase … What Increase? In January they made a joint statement, “Looking
at all of the players who are ranked for distance on the PGA TOUR and PGA
European Tour, the amount by which players are “long” or “short” has not changed
– for i...
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Stanley Thompson Book Coming in Christmas
I plan to publish a book on
the five great commissions of Stanley Thompson at the end of this year. I’ve
researched and written most of the book. There is a small amount of additional
research required before I can finalize the content, but I’m very close. ...
Stanley Thompson Book Coming in Christmas
Stanley Thompson Book Coming in Christmas
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Cape Breton Highlands Essay
I have published another detailed history of Stanley Thompson's five master works. This one covers how the course got built from concept through to completion. The story touches on the expropriation, the changes in design, the actual build and even the afte...
Cape Breton Highlands Essay
Cape Breton Highlands Essay
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Bunker Podcast and Article in Golf Course Industry Magazine
Last month I did a podcast and interview with Guy Cipriano of Golf Course Industry Magazine on bunkers. We touched on everything from design to maintenance in the podcast. The article addresses more maintenance issues and draws in a number of Golf Superinte...
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5 Courses For The Rest of My Life - National Golf Links of America
National Golf Links of America Southampton,
NY. C.B. Macdonald I’m a
massive fan of golf architecture history and there is no better museum that the
National Golf Links of America. Charles Blair Macdonald studied the classic
holes of Great Britain exte...
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