Over the last couple of summers, I’ve been involved with a redesign and refresh of both the Palm and Valley courses at Marriott Desert Springs in Palm Desert, California. Both of these tracts were originally designed by my father in the mid eighties and are now about 25 years old. One of the interesting aspects […]
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As a Golf Course Ages – Greens
By Ted Robinson on February 1, 2013 in About the Ball, Blog
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Inspired by the dramatic mountainside terrain overlooking the Chuncheon Lake basin in Korea, Whistling Rock Country Club inherits its character from the lakes, streams and dense woodlands of the surrounding landscape, defined by bold rock formations and a wide range of spectacular views. After two years in construction, this 27-hole world class golf facility opened in April, 2011. In 2012, Golf Magazine named it the best new golf course in Korea in it's bi-annual review.