Monthly Archives: March 2018
It would seem that everything that could surprise the architects in terms of original projects of Golf courses, has already surprised. In the most unexpected corners of the world, the places chosen as the territory for the game are found. The imagination has nowhere to go. However, enterprising developers in search of an answer to the question ” where else were there no fields?”, came to the original conclusion- “on the water”.
So, in the Maldives, in the Indian ocean, by 2015, it is planned to build the first ever Golf course on the water. Continue reading
The landscaping project can be implemented at the request of the customer. Existing vegetation is removed and other plant species are planted. However, choosing a site with natural vegetation included in the project, you can significantly save money. Some types of plantings may affect the requirements for the size of the site. For example, in order for the line of passage of the holes to be between the plantings, they are left untouched. This type of restriction involves a large area of land.
In any case, before making any serious financial investments, the designer should consult a qualified Golf architect to minimize the risks of construction losses. Continue reading
Icelandic Golf architect Edwin Roald shared tips on the full cycle of Golf course construction. As Deputy Director of the Iceland Golf Association, Roald was responsible for the reconstruction and construction of new courses. Given the climate similarity of Iceland and Russia, the rich experience of the architect may be of interest to us in many ways.
The construction of a Golf course is a large-scale and multi-stage undertaking, and the success of the entire event depends on how responsible and thoughtful the approach to each of the stages will be. Continue reading