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Erik Larsen, ASGCA was elected President of the American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA) at the organization’s recent 64th Annual Meeting in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.
Larsen is Executive Vice President and Senior Golf Course Architect of Arnold Palmer Design Company, based in Orlando, Fla. He holds a BSLA from North Carolina State University and counts ASGCA Past President Ed Seay as a former colleague and me
The hazards that make Pebble Beach Golf Links the most spectacular golf course in the land - the Stillwater Cove and Carmel Bay in the Pacific Ocean - will be in play more than ever at the 2010 U.S. Open June 17-20.
Pebble Beach has been tweaked, massaged and molded into what the brass at the United States Golf Association hope is a tougher test of golf. The USGA, in consultation with Arnold Palmer, managing partne
HALF MOON BAY, Calif. -- Half Moon Bay Golf Links -- the world-class, 36-hole golf resort set against the dramatic cliffs of the Pacific Ocean just minutes from San Francisco and San Jose -received a "Gold Medal" rating in GOLF Magazine's 2010 edition of "Premier Resorts."
MAINEVILLE, Ohio -- The Nationwide Tour added a new tournament to its 2010 schedule Friday with the announcement of the Chiquita Classic, to be played July 12-18 at the TPC River's Bend in the Cincinnati suburb of Maineville, Ohio.
The Chiquita Classic will feature a field of 156 competing over 72 holes of stroke play for a purse of $550,000. The TPC River's Bend is a 7,180-yard par-72 layout designed by legend Arno
February 19, 2010 (Las Vegas, Nevada)--Angel Park Golf Club is the home of two 18-hole Arnold Palmer Las Vegas golf courses, a lighted par 3, an all-grass putting course, and expansive practice facilties. For seemingly too many years to count, this facility and its Las Vegas golf courses have earned status as the "Best Golf Course in Las Vegas" in a local newspaper poll. Now, Golf Digest has named Angel Park to a list of th
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. - Challengers of the King's North course at Myrtle Beach National will find a multitude of risk-reward opportunities.
That doesn't just apply to the famed sixth hole, "The Gambler," but rather much of the entire Arnold Palmer-designed layout, which has established itself as main attraction in the 54-hole Myrtle Beach National field.
Reminiscent of the coastal links in Scotland, Newport Dunes tests golfers with ocean breezes, rolling fairways lined with native grasses and imposing greens. The design combines with the nature to uncover a new golf experience on each round. True to its design charter, Newport Dunes features stacked-wall bunkers and deceptive landing areas, all of which make the course - rated at 72.9 and sloped at 121 - play much harder th
Jet setters rejoice: The Arnold Palmer Design Company is spending some serious time on the road, creating great golf on the other side of the planet and invigorating new markets with quality game. That’s not to say it’s all passport-required play; in fact, there’s been a bit of activity here at home as well. Let’s have a look…