Monthly Archives: April 2013

Could this be the start of Spring?

As a native South African, who first tasted snow on arrival in Washington DC at the age of 21 , this past winter in Canada has been somewhat of an eye opener. You see I have visited or stayed in other parts of … Continue reading

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Computer Aided Design

The world has changed considerably this last decade (or two) particularly with the advent of computers and everything that they can do. This is certainly the case for Engineering and Architecture, of which Golf Design mostly covers. Architects, Engineers and Golf Designers today … Continue reading

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How far would you travel?

So the European Tour heads to Valencia, Spain this weekend. The tour visits a golf course I have always wanted to get too but never had the opportunity – Campo De Golf El Saler. Perhaps had I remained in Europe, a bit longer, I … Continue reading

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Augusta National – How much is too much

Without question Augusta National has an aura about it. As is always the case each year the golf course seems to get as much press as the players. The press seems to do a great job detailing how hallowed the … Continue reading

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‘Unconventional’ Golf Hazards for the memory bank

I was most intrigued by what I saw, over the weekend, at the #HassanTrophee in Morocco! Did any of you see the Palace wall that flanked the left side of the 18th hole – the one that comes into play? Traditionally … Continue reading

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