American Society of Golf Course Architects

Fought, ASGCA, helps Coachella Valley save water in a drought

The South Course at Ironwood Country Club in Palm Desert, California, is a plce where water is a premium. Which is to say, it is not unlike much of Southern California. John Fought, ASGCA, (John Fought Design) stepped forward with some unique remedies to assist the course, and the community.

"Superintendent" magazine's "4 Reasons to Hire Architects for In-house Projects"

The latest issue of Superintendent magazine features the first in a series of articles focusing on the role of golf course architects and the benefits they bring to a facililty. A number of ASGCA members provided insight to "4 Reasons to Hire Architects for In-House Projects."

Whitten, Klein write on life & legacy of Bob Cupp

The passing of ASGCA Past President Bob Cupp brought an outpouring of response from the golf industry. Included were extensive reports - both personal and professional - from Golf Digest Senior Editor, Architecture, Ron Whitten, and Brad Klein from GolfWeek.

Bob Cupp, ASGCA Fellow, dies at age 76

Bob Cupp, a Past President and Fellow of the American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA), died Aug. 19, 2016. He was 76. ASGCA members and the golf industry will remember Cupp’s design work around the world, as well as his service to ASGCA and the game of golf.