Date: Mon 20 Oct 2014

Golf architecture: A worldwide perspective, Volume 6 by Paul Daley

A contemporary, international assessment of the golf course architecture industry, through which its principles and practices are examined.

Golf Architecture

The sixth volume of Golf Architecture: A worldwide perspective contains thirty-six absorbing and lavishly illustrated golf architecture-based essays.

Paul Daley has gathered a contemporary, international assessment of the golf architecture industry, through which its principles and practices are examined.

The book includes contributions by four EIGCA members: Rolf-Stephan Hansen describes making a new links course at Budersand; Tim Lobb recounts building a heathland course at Carya in Turkey; Robin Hiseman looks at constructing a course in Bahrain; and Edwin Roald discusses the need for designers to keep an open mind when it comes to deciding on the number of holes for any specific project.

Golf Architecture: A worldwide perspective can be obtained at at cost of AUS$70, plus postage and packing, by emailing Paul Daley fswing@bigpond.net.au

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