Monday, July 30, 2007

Article on Restoration in Golf Course Architecture Magazine (from UK)

Click on both sides to read the article


Evan said...

Great article. I'm glad you posted it or I'm sure that most people would never had the chance to read it.
Allandale is intact-except for the 4th green. It was rebuilt because it was prone to flooding. I love the course and if I lived closer to Barrie I would be there all the time. I recommend that people get out to play the course. It's a great 9 hole test and if the bunkers are restored it will look amazing.

Anonymous said...

Dear Mr. Andrew

There are hard holes.
There are fairly easy holes.
My questions are:

1) What are the playing charcteristics of an intermediate Par 4?

2) What architectural elements make up a hole that players can score birdie/bogey with = frequency?

3) How do such elements differ
depending or the level of player?

4) Could you cite a few examples of such birdie/bogie holes?


eugene--Queens, NY