Routing the Golf Course

Routing the Golf Course

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Filled with advice, tips, strategies, and problem-solving techniques from some of the leading figures in golf architecture, Routing the Golf Course provides unique insight into the most essential phase of designing a golf course. Coverage includes material on all aspects of planning a golf course such as site evaluation; environmental conditions; programming; and financial, psychological, and strategic game considerations. This nuts-and-bolts information is balanced with anecdotal, real-life experiences from guest essayists such as land planner Gil Martinez, environmental psychologist Dr. Edward Sadalla, and golf course architect Arthur Jack Snyder. Also featured is an interview with longtime professional golfer and broadcaster Peter Oosterhuis, who also provides the foreword. This book is divided into four key parts. qThe Openingq begins with a brief history of routing, including the influence of St. Andrews, and continues with insightful examinations of the components that make up different courses. qMaking the Turnq contains chapters on essential routing information such as the qrulesq of routing, safety considerations, and methods for fitting holes together. qThe Heart of the Courseq explores the hands-on process of creating routing plans and is enhanced with words of wisdom from renowned golf course architects Pete Dye, Jay Morrish, Dr. Michael Hurdzon, and many others. In the final section, qThe Finish, q coverage includes the use of GIS in routing, presenting routing plans, and design changes that may lie ahead for golf courses. A unique look at the Cypress Point Club rounds out the reading.The Art aamp; Science That Forms the Golf Journey Forrest L. Richardson. The use of templates cannot he hetter ... The drawhack of this approach is that the wires denote only the centerline of golf holes. If you can visualize the safety envelopes ofanbsp;...


Title:Routing the Golf Course
Author: Forrest L. Richardson
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 2002-07-29
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