Golf courses are not built to last forever. As the quality of older courses diminishes over the years they become less appealing. In view of the constantly rising demands on the design and maintenance of golf courses, redesigns are increasingly becoming more important. Less profitable golf courses are competitive again once they are redesigned.
Restoring the original golf course:
Converting the site to its original state based on historic maps and photos.
Renovating golf courses:
Upgrading the course with respect to the quality of the game, the standard of the game, course maintenance, drainage, construction materials. To this effect, an overall strategy is designed to establish which areas of the course are primarily to be improved. The respective construction work is then planned and carried out. In doing so, the client has the possibility to take and implement each measure deemed necessary individually.
Redesigning golf courses:
This primarily applies to courses which no longer conform to today’s architecture. We develop an overall concept, including requirement planning, financing plan and flowcharts, which considers remedying major shortcomings of the hole routings, the design of the greens and the underlying strategy of the course.