David Williams Golf Design

David Williams and Angel Gallardo Return to Golf Club de Lausanne

Golf Club de Lausanne

David Williams and Angel Gallardo have been invited back to Golf Club de Lausanne overlooking Lake Geneva in Switzerland as part of their ongoing consultancy contract with the Club.   One of the Club’s long standing concerns is that their magnificent clubhouse and extensive terrace has very little view of the 18th green, the 1st and 10th holes running essentially across the front of the clubhouse, with the 18th and 9th greens beyond. Continue Reading »

David Williams Golf Design Work With Neil Coles at Recent Open Venue

Royal St. George’s Golf Club

David Williams Golf Design has been appointed with Neil Coles to provide a design service at The Royal St. George’s Golf Club near Sandwich in Kent, which hosted the recent 2011 Open Championship won famously by Darren Clarke.

The work includes the design of a new practice chipping green close to the Club’s practice ground, which is being designed to replicate the characteristics of the greens and greenside bunkers found on the course itself.   Other work includes the provision of new forward tees at the 5th hole, and minor modifications to the practice ground.

David Williams Golf Design is Invited to Advise The Algeria Golf Federation

Algiers Golf Club

On the recommendation of Duncan Weir, Director of Golf Development at the R&A, David Williams was invited by the Algeria Golf Federation to advise on possible alterations to the only course in Algeria, Algiers Golf Club.  Sited just outside the capital, the Golf Club is approximately 60 years old, and was originally built for the French inhabitants of the city. Continue Reading »

Aberdovey Golf Club

Aberdovey Golf Club

Aberdovey Golf Club is one of Wales’ leading links venues, and the favourite course of early golf writer Bernard Darwin, whose name is remembered in the Championship Darwin tees utilised at the Club.

The Club has involved DWGD in a number of projects in recent years, including the creation of a short game practice area close to the clubhouse.   Of equal importance is the practice’s role in the re-design and reconstruction of the course’s bunkers over the past few years to provide a style which is both aesthetically pleasing and yet playable for the members.

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