An initial assessment of the golf course highlighting its strengths and weaknesses and identifying potential opportunities for improvement.
This is a more thorough examination of the golf course which will also touch upon the economic and social aspects of the course as well as the physical ones. From this, a desired finished product can be established and a practical process of how to achieve it can be drawn up.
This generally consists of upgrading/updating the course without impacting upon the layout such as relocation of bunkers or creating new back tees.
This involves making changes to the original routing of the golf holes and can mean anything from moving a couple of holes slightly to an entire redesign on the same property.
Making changes to an older ‘historic’ course designed by a notable architect that return the holes and features as closely as possible to their original design.
RGD can assist a golf club in identifying potential safety concerns and rectifying actual safety issues across the golf course or on a particular hole.