Concept Design and Master Planning
Graham Marsh Golf Design's innovative planning capabilities along with our ability to work alongside many of the world's leading Architectural Planning companies, ensures the Client of every opportunity for Development success and sustainability.
Key considerations for Golf Course Planning
- Strategic layouts that challenge all levels of Golfing abilities
- Functional Golf Course Designs
- Economically manageable
- Visually dynamic to enhance the Development's stature & premiums
- Market sensitive
- Internationally recognised Safety Standards
- Environmentally sound design principles
- Enriched Sustainability
Over the years, I have worked with all the members of Graham Marsh Golf Design on three Golf Course development projects. In summary, in the designing of International Courses and Resorts they have an excellent understanding of the advantages when Master Planning large complicated projects to maximize yields in the densities thereof, and minimize development costs.
David Bartlett. B.Comm.
Project and Acquisition Manager, The Potter Group
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