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Fought, ASGCA to renovate Maryvale (Ariz.) Golf Course

Scottsdale, Arizona-based John Fought, ASGCA (Fought Design) is adding another local course to his design portfolio with the renovation of Maryvale (Arizona) Golf Course. The 1960s-era public layout is owned by the City of Phoenix and will become the new home course for Grand Canyon University, and plans to reopen in Fall 2015.

 
Ground broken on new course at City Park, New Orleans from Muirhead, ASGCA

ASGCA Past President Greg Muirhead and Rees Jones Golf Course Design have led the way at City Park in New Orleans, where a new 18-hole course is under construction. The course will postively impact an area severly damaged by flooding following Hurricane Katrina.

 
ASGCA Past President Pascuzzo talks "state of the game" with Sacramento Bee

The Sacramento Bee recently gathered a number of Northern California golf experts to get their views on various industry topics. ASGCA Past President Damian Pascuzzo (Pascuzzo & Pate Golf Course Design) provided an architect's perspective on alternative formats, water, growing the game and more. As Pascuzzo says, "There probably is not one national solution, but there are a million local ones." Here he provides a few.

 
NCGA opens Hall of Fame doors to the Jones family

The entire Jones design family that has meant so much to the history of ASGCA - founding member Robert Trent Jones, Sr., and his sons ASGCA Past Presidents Robert Trent Jones, Jr. and Rees Jones, were recently inducted into the Northern California Golf Association Hall of Fame.

 
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