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Did the Chambers Bay Experiment Work?

by Tony Dear

Their initial reaction to the question is to laugh disdainfully, the implication being they've been expecting it, and k

Wonder Women Needed for Women's Golf

by Nancy Berkley

It's my Cybergolf anniversary! For 10 years I have been writing a women's golf section for Cybergolf.com. "Be Happ

Courses with Memorable Opening Holes

There are several golf courses around the U.S. with outstanding No. 1 holes. Like the first chapter of a book, the opener introduces the layout and of

Yet More on Green-Backing Mounds

by Jeffrey D. Brauer

When designing greens, and their backdrops, there are several reasons to use a series of low ridges or mounds b

Problems with Green-Backing Mounds

by Jeffrey D. Brauer

While mounds solve some problems, they create others:

Greens with No Backing Mounds

by Jeffrey D. Brauer

While the previous sections highlight some of the reasons many architects use mounds around greens, it is by n

Weekend Tournament Recap

Bubba Watson recorded his eighth career PGA Tour victory Sunday at the Travelers Championship, a tournament where he earned his first title back in 20

Doak's Tara Iti GC in New Zealand to Open in October

Legacy Partners, Ltd. have announced the initial real estate offering at Te Arai, a 1,400-acre, beach-front property (a 75-minute drive from Auckland'

Green-Backing Mounds

by Jeff Brauer

In addition to back-to-front slopes and concave green entries, many golf course architects, including me, often use