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Armstrong

The New England-based architect has designed several courses, but her most notable work was the 2000 renovation of Dunes course at New Seabury in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. She made over a former pushover by adding...

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Amy Alcott

The five-time major winner has several special connections to the Palm Springs area. For one, the longtime Southern California resident began the tradition of the Kraft Nabisco Championship winner jumping into the lake next to...

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Sorenstam

The retired Swedish star gets incensed that most people just assume the courses she’ll design will be shorter and easier for women, not to mention prettier. The developers of her first co-design, with Brian Curley...

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Schrickel

Raised in a family of landscape architects in Germany, Schrickel earned a course-design degree in the U.K. then moved to the U.S., where she assisted Robert Trent Jones Jr. on his design of Sunday River...

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Pavlechko

After playing golf at Ball State University in Indiana, Pavlechko went to work for Tripp Davis in 2005. Their latest project is a tribute to the Golden Age of golf course architecture called Old American...

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Martz

One of Arnold Palmer’s lead designers, Martz started working with the King in 1985. One of her best collaborations with Palmer is the Classic Club, a former host site for the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic....

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Hollins

Marion Hollins' achievements are impressive. She won the 1921 U.S. Women's Amateur, developed Pasatiempo Golf Club and founded the Women's National Golf Club on Long Island. In addition, she was responsible for the most famous...

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Hupfel

One of the nation’s first female architects, Hupfel designed a nine-hole muni for Tahoe City, California, in 1917 then served as its pro and manager. The picturesque par-33 layout, which was a favorite with the...

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Gourlay

Although Ballybunion's Old course is now considered the quintessential Irish links and is one of the must-plays of golf, it remained relatively anonymous until Gourlay and Tom Simpson oversaw a redesign prior to the 1937...

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Dixon

The first female architect in the country, if not the world, Dixon designed Springhaven Club in Wallingford, Pennsylvania, in 1904. Although the club’s first pro, Horace Rawlins, the winner of the inaugural U.S. Open, and...

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