A recent round of golf played made me consider what made for quality residential golf, and it seems like I haven’t been the only one thinking on it. Adam Lawrence of Golf Course Architecture just dropped a feature in last month’s issue, speaking with golf course architects on how to best bring golf courses and housing together.
A slight bother in that conversation, for someone who lives in Columbus, is that Coore and Crenshaw’s new Cabot St. Lucia is that these are not the same caliber of course I’m referring to when I refer to “residential golf.” I may not be talking about poor people, but I am talking about Ohio.
Said recent round was on a course designed by none other than Arthur Hills, which exuded healthy habits in building a real estate development course.
Yeah, Arthur Hills is the good guy in this story.Continue reading “Looking for the formula for residential golf in Ohio at Stone Ridge Golf Club” »