Profiles

  • Course of Action: Capital City Club

    October 2017
    The Atlanta venue’s Crabapple Course will host its first USGA Championship in October — the perfect time of year for such a prominent event, according to superintendent Kyle Marshall.
  • Intentions at Inverness

    September 29, 2017
    Historic Inverness Club in Toledo, Ohio, is undergoing major changes to restore its past yet still address the modern game.
  • Equipped in Iowa

    August 20, 2017
    Des Moines G&CC equipment manager Blake Helland is relishing his first experience with tournament golf during Solheim Cup.
  • Travelin’ man

    August 20, 2017
    Doug Ruffridge putting in the miles to assist with maintenance this week at Solheim Cup.
  • New-look Crane Creek reopens

    August 2, 2017
    Work on Idaho golf course, led by architect David Druzisky, features two entirely new holes on reimagined back nine.
  • Quail Hollow Club: From the ground up

    August 2017
    This month’s PGA Championship at North Carolina’s Quail Hollow Club showcases just how high the city of Charlotte, the club and superintendent Keith Wood have soared.
  • Youth movement: Marlton Golf Club

    March 2017
    A desire to increase inclusion and diversity in the golf industry — with a special focus on youth — drives the African-American owners of Marlton Golf Club.
  • Hope springs eternal

    January 2016
    A GCSAA superintendent and a PGA of America member team up to bring back Southern California’s Warner Springs Ranch after a nearly two-year closure.
  • Groundwork for greatness

    December 2015
    At Westmoor Country Club, an internship program for Milwaukee youth has proved rewarding both for the young men who participate and the superintendent at its helm.
  • Tree-mendous teamwork

    November 2015
    Sahalee Country Club uses communication, coordination and collaboration to maintain major championship conditions throughout the year.