American Society of Golf Course Architects

Sand Valley, from Coore, ASGCA, touted as "one-of-a-kind" golf resort

In a state that has features Whistling Straits and Erin Hills, it is saying something when the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel touts Sand Valley in Town of Rome, Wisconsin, as perhaps "the most ambitious golf development project ever undertaken in Wisconsin."

Greg Nash, ASGCA, dies at 66

Greg Nash, an American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA) member, died Aug. 21, 2015 after a brief stay in hospice care. He was 66. ASGCA members will remember Nash’s relentless attention to detail, an intimate understanding of the development process, and a knowledge of environmental regulations, which helped mold him into a respected, successful architect.

Transcript of Twitter chat with ASGCA Past President Pete Dye

ASGCA Past President Pete Dye responded to questions via Twitter Aug. 6, discussing Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wisconsin, a Dye design and host to the 2015 PGA Championship Aug. 13-16. Following is a transcript of his chat with golf fans.

278% revenue increase helps "Golf Inc." select Mandell, ASGCA, project as Public Course Renovation of the Year

Golf Inc. magazine has selected Keller Golf Course in Maplewood, Minnesota, for top honors among Public Courses in its 2015 Renovation of the Year Awards. The 83-year-old course was recently renovated by Richard Mandell, ASGCA.