“A first-class architect attempts to give the impression that everything has been done by nature and nothing by himself.”
ALISTER MACKENZIE

Golf course design in the field

A common theme among the best golf courses in the world is that, most of them, were designed in the field. The great links of the British Isles, the Golden Age courses and the modern gems of today were predominantly built in the field, where design and construction go hand-in-hand. Great concepts need to be built correctly to ensure their full potential is realised. In golf course design, this typically involves working with a great team out in the dirt, shaping the golf course to make it as good as it possibly can be.
What happens in the dirt really matters. From the little details to a change in routing, there is no substitute for time spent on site getting it right.
Holes in the Ground embraces this approach to golf course architecture.
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