American Society of Golf Course Architects

New-course design coming to Kentucky from Nicklaus, ASGCA

The Bear is returning to the land of thoroughbred horses. Jack Nicklaus, ASGCA Fellow, and Nicklaus Design have begun work on Legacy Point in Wilmore, Kentucky. Nicklaus had previously put his stamp on golf in the Commonwealth with his design of Valhalla in Louisville.

Schmidt-Curley again named Asia-Pacific's Best Golf Course Architect

It's a "high five" for ASGCA Past President Lee Schmidt and Brian Curley, ASGCA. For the fifth consecutive year, the team at Schmidt-Curley Design has been name Asia-Pacific's Best Golf Course Architect. 2015 also marks the ninth straight year the firm has claimed a top-three finish.

Fought, ASGCA, to renovate Charolette's Carmel CC North Course

John Fought, ASGCA, is set to provide a "brand new classic feel" as he renovates Carmel Country Club's North Course in Charlette, North Carolina. General Manager John Schultz said the project will give the course a more traditional and strategic character, as exemplified by classic design styles developed during the "Golden Age" of golf course architecture.

Construction nears completion at Fry/Straka-designed short game academy at The Ledges

The Ledges Country Club in Huntsville, Alabama, has broken ground on their new state-of-the-art short game academy designed by Dana Fry, ASGCA and Jason Straka, ASGCA, (Fry/Straka Global Golf Course Design). Club owners and members are investing in their future while fulfilling current members' needs.