Fall 2017 By: Tom Ferrell (Click Images to Enlarge)
September 11, 2017 By: Joe Passov – Gil Hanse reaches to pass me the barbecue sauce, and that’s when I note his freshly calloused hands. We’re lunching at Papa Buck’s BBQ in Metter, Ga., not far from the site of his […]
September 7, 2017 Village of Pinehurst, NC – Upon seeing the first golf course built in Pinehurst, founder James Walker Tufts was struck by how naturally the game fit into the landscape in front of him. “Golf experts and all those who […]
August 23, 2017 By: Joe Juliano – When famed architect Donald Ross built Aronimink Golf Club, he plotted out a huge green for the 15th hole with a punch bowl-like design, where sloping sides draw the ball to the center of the […]
August 21, 2017 By: Rex Hoggard – Each morning on his way to work Marcio Galvão drives by the vacant sports arenas in Rio’s Olympic Park and the 3,600 empty apartments in the boarded-up Olympic Village. Like most Brazilians who expected […]
July 26, 2017 By: Stephen Hennessey – One of the most highly anticipated golf-course openings in 2017 is Streamsong Resort’s Black course, which is set to open Sept. 29. Gil Hanse and his design team, one of the most sought-after among course-architecture […]
July 7, 2017 Callaway Golf Podcasts – Gil Hanse is one of the busiest golf course architects in the world, with projects ranging from Florida to the Olympic course he designed last year in Brazil. Gil’s got a hectic schedule, but […]
May 17, 2017 Village of Pinehurst, NC – Gil Hanse returned to Pinehurst on Monday, and for the most part, spent the majority of his time in a bulldozer shaping the area that will be the new Short Course. On […]
May 12, 2017 – From all of us at Hanse Golf Course Design and Caveman Construction we want to take a minute to point out that this is National Thank a Golf Course Superintendent Week, and all of us should […]
May 4, 2017 By: Matt Ginella – Gil Hanse’s hits just keep on comin’… Whether it’s via Twitter, Instagram, Morning Drive or at an airport bar, I’m always happy to answer viewer and follower questions about courses, resorts or buddies trips. A […]
May 1, 2017 By: Mike Kirby – NORTON, Mass. – When TPC Boston was renovated in 2006, two holes went largely untouched. Other than some cosmetic changes, the 12th and 13th holes were left largely untouched as golf course architect Gil […]
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April 20, 2017 By: Chris McDaniel – A round of golf at the Boston Golf Club in Hingham feels like a trip back in time. With a clubhouse that resembles a log cabin in the woods and a tranquility that can be […]
April 8, 2017 By: Annette Thompson – The major trend in golf courses these days is a more natural experience. Sure, golfers and course superintendents still want emerald fairways and obsessively tended putting greens. But the more natural the course, the closer […]