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Renovation begins from Sanford, ASGCA, at Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club course

John Sanford, ASGCA, and Sanford Golf Design, has begun an eight-month restoration project at The Naples (Florida) Beach Hotel & Golf Club's golf course. Naples Daily News reports the course's original layout was opened in 1929. "We've basically got four months to finish construction and the last piece of grass is in the ground," Sanford said. "Then it's a three-month grow-in process. We also allow for some rain days."

 
Dasher, ASGCA, to renovate Harmony Golf Preserve

"Golf Course Architecture" reports Mike Dasher, ASGCA, and Dasher Golf Design, has been named to lead the renovation project at Harmony Golf Preserve in St. Cloud, Florida.

 
Sherman, ASGCA, continues work at Sea Pines Resort Ocean Course

Scot Sherman, ASGCA, continues work removating the Sea Pines Resort Ocean Course in Hitllon Head, South Carolina. "The Island Packet" reports Sherman is leading the way in "giving new definition to the transformation being done to Hilton Head Island’s original golf landscape."

 
45 minutes to play 9 holes? Boswell, ASGCA, has just the course

Bill Boswell, ASGCA, of Boswell Golf Design, has taken the philosophy of shorter courses and par 3 routes to a new level with his design and development of "Nature Trail Golf" in Grovetown, Georgia. Boswell's new take on the game was profiled by The Augusta Chronicle.

 
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