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Albanese, ASGCA, bringing new course to Michigan's Upper Peninsula

A prominent show of respect to Native American culture and landscape plays a role in a new 18-course being designed by Paul Albanese, ASGCA, and Albanese & Lutzke, Golf Course Design & Construction Management. Sage Run will be the second Albanese-designed course built by Hannahville Indian Community at Island Resort & Casino in Harris, Michigan.

 
Wilczynski, ASGCA, designs five new holes at Indian Trails

Golfers at Indian Trails Golf Course in Grand Rapids, Michigan, will see some marked changes - including five newly design holes and a practice area - thanks to the design work of Chris Wilczynski, ASGCA, and C.W. Golf Architecture.

 
Schaupeter, ASGCA, designing new course in Colorado

Art Schaupeter, ASGCA, (Schaupeter Golf Architecture) has designed a new 18-hole course near Berthoud, Colorado, and construction is slated to begin later this year. Golf Course Architecture reports the TPC of Colorado is planned to open in 2018.

 
"Chicago Tribune" profiles Benkusky, ASGCA, work at Arlington Lakes

Under the heading, "An 'innovative' way to make golf cheaper, faster and more fun," the Chicago Tribune recently looked at the work of Mike Benkusky, ASGCA, at Arlington Lakes Golf Club, Arlington Heights, Ill.

 
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