Tag: American Society of Golf Course Architects

The superintendent/architect relationship

November 12, 2018 By
Partnerships have the utmost importance in our business, whether it’s with our club managers, assistants, vendors, golfers or others. Partnerships make the good times fun and the bad times just a little bit easier. In these strong economic times, many ...

ASGCA adds 6 new members during annual meeting

July 24, 2018 By
The American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA) welcomed six new Associate members to its ranks at the group’s recent 72nd Annual Meeting in Houston. With these additions, there are now nearly 180 ASGCA members who practice around the world. ...
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Robert Frederick Moote, ASGCA fellow, dies at 92

June 2, 2017 By
Robert Moote, a Fellow of the American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA), died May 29. He was 92. Moote and his son (David Moote, ASGCA) headed Moote Golf Architects in Brampton, Ontario, Canada. After earning a degree from the ...
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Guest blog post: How to make golf fun again

March 2, 2017 By
We’ve all heard it said “golf is too hard, too expensive and takes too much time.” We’ve also heard it said that kids are the future of our game. Unfortunately, I still see ads and websites inviting golfers to come ...

Bob Cupp, ASGCA fellow and past president, dies at 76

August 23, 2016 By
Bob Cupp, a past president and fellow of the American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA), died Aug. 19, 2016, at the age of 76. ASGCA members and the golf industry will remember Cupp’s design work, as well as his ...
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ASGCA adds two new associate members

May 16, 2016 By
The American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA) added David Johnson and Todd Schoeder as new associate members during the group’s 70th Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. Their elections increase the number of ASGCA members to nearly 180. Johnson spent eight ...