ASGCA Members and their work
Course Design, Inc.
allow nature and the existing contour of the land to suggest the
placement of holes and the flow of the golf course.
keep as much of the property untouched as possible. This reduces
construction costs of earth moving and promotes a lower maintenance
budget for years to come.
be mindful that part of golf's treasure is visual. Beauty must
be one of our greatest priorities.
maintain a deep understanding that golf will always be more of
an art than a science. Golf courses should be challenging and innovative,
but they should also be forgiving and fair. Our goal is to provide
a memorable experience on a course that is playable for all skill