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An Environmental Approach to Golf Course Development

Bill Love

Published September 22nd 2011
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Kindle Edition
134 pages
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The third edition of An Environmental Approach to Golf Course Development is for anyone interested in learning more about developing or refurbishing golf courses with sensitivity to Mother Nature’s gifts. First written in 1993, this 3rd editionMoreThe third edition of An Environmental Approach to Golf Course Development is for anyone interested in learning more about developing or refurbishing golf courses with sensitivity to Mother Nature’s gifts. First written in 1993, this 3rd edition features important background regarding permitting and the golf course development process.In addition the book features 18 unique case studies (noted below) that provide real-life examples of recent projects which address key environmental issues such as water supply, wildlife habitat, wetlands protection and mitigation and brownfield reclamation.The book also includes extensive reference section, including listings of books, organizations and websites for more information.About the American Society of Golf Course ArchitectsFounded in 1946, the American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA) is the oldest professional organization of golf course designers in America. Our architects have designed, renovated and remodeled many of the most famous and storied courses in golf. They are active in current projects not only in the United States and Canada, but also in Europe, Asia and beyond.INCLUDES THESE CASE STUDIESCase Study: Preserving Habitat and Water QualityTHE OLD COLLIER GOLF CLUB, Naples, FloridaCase Study: Archeologically Significant SitesTHE LEGENDS AT PARRIS ISLAND GOLF COURSE, Parris Island Marine Corps Recruit Depot-Parris Island, Beaufort County, South CarolinaCase Study: Stormwater Management and Erosion ControlBIGWIN ISLAND GOLF CLUB, Lake of Bays, Muskoka, Ontario, CanadaCase Study: Integrating Golf & the EnvironmentTHE NANTUCKET GOLF CLUB, Nantucket Island, MassachusettsCase Study: Addressing Environmental IssuesTHE WILDERNESS AT LAKE JACKSON, City of Lake Jackson, TexasCase Study: Floodplain Development and RehabilitationWHITE CLAY CREEK COUNTRY CLUB AT DELAWARE PARK, Newark, DelawareCase Study: Partnering for Sustainable Design and EducationARBOR LINKS GOLF COURSE | ARBOR DAY FARM, Nebraska City, NebraskaCase Study: Water Conservation and Habitat EnhancementHUNTING HAWK GOLF CLUB, Glen Allen, VirginiaCase study: Reclamation of a Degraded SiteTHE HIDEOUT GOLF CLUB, Monticello, UtahCase Study: Restoration and Mitigation of HabitatCALLIPPE PRESERVE GOLF COURSE, Pleasanton, CaliforniaCase study: Restoring a Historical LandscapeSPANISH OAKS GOLF CLUB, Bee Cave, TexasCase study: Reuse of a “Brownfields” SiteISLAND GREEN COUNTRY CLUB, Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaCase Study: Preservation of Cultural Resources and HabitatTHE SAGUARO COURSE AT WE-KO-PA GOLF CLUB, Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, Scottsdale, ArizonaCase Study: Designing for Practical and Environmental ResearchFARMLINKS GOLF COURSE, Sylacauga, AlabamaCase Study: Golf Restoration In A National ParkBANFF SPRINGS GOLF CLUB, Banff, Alberta, CanadaCase Study: Combining Cultural and Environmental IssuesTHE MEADOWS AT MYSTIC LAKE, Prior Lake, MinnesotaCase study: Site Reuse from Shared ProjectsGRANITE LINKS GOLF CLUB, Town of Milton and City of Quincy, MassachusettsCase Study: Reclaiming an Oil Refinery SiteTHREE CROWNS GOLF COURSE, Casper, Wyoming