Classic Course: Quaker Ridge

With its gently rolling terrain, stately trees, and intimate playing environment, Quaker Ridge epitomizes Westchester…

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The Essential: Tom Doak

Growing up in suburban Connecticut, Tom Doak would accompany his father on business trips to…

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The Philosophy of Tom Fazio

A painterly aptitude for melding golf with the landscape has made him the most commercially successful architect of our time

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The Greatest Golf Architect of All Time: Harry Colt

In LINKS’s Silver Anniversary issue last fall, readers may recall the surprise atop the leaderboard of the 25 greatest architects of all time. The winner of that survey was Harry S. Colt (1869–1951), a lawyer and former Cambridge University golf captain who left his position as club secretary of England’s Sunningdale Golf Club to become the pivotal figure in golf’s first truly global design firm, Colt, Alison, & Morrison. In this partnership, C.H. Alison took on projects in far-flung locales like Japan and New Zealand, while Colt worked primarily in the British Isles and Continental Europe.

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