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Minimalism in Golf Course Design “Too!”

It was 1998.  Sahalee Country Club, always highly regarded and my father’s finest work, was proudly playing host to the PGA tour Championship that year.  We had flown up for the event and had chosen a quiet moment to walk the site.  I had seen Sahalee under construction as a child. It had been a […]

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Blasting Minimalism in Golf Design

If one happened to see my earlier post, Minimalism in Golf Design, I’m sure one would agree I do not demean minimalism, in fact I’m very much an advocate of restricting change on natural golfing ground to insure the retention of as much of its character and individualism as possible.  My point of the previous […]

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Minimalism in Golf Course Design

Minimalism is a word often heard in golf course design circle these days.  The concept is to move as little earth as possible in an effort to preserve the original terrain and produce a facility that is a natural extension of its place.  The first golf courses, discovered within the dunes and drifts of Scottish […]

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