Remodeling 201: Preparing, Packaging and Implementing a Renovation Project

GCSAA has teamed with the American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA) to create two courses. Remodeling University will help you determine if it's time for you to remodel, renovate or restore your golf course. These modules will provide you with the steps involved in the remodeling process.

Remodeling 201, the second in this series, covers how to focus your team, develop your golf course remodeling budget and plan, as well as how to present this information to decision makers at your facility.

Like the first course, it includes audio clips from past presidents of ASGCA. You will need to use a PC with a sound card and speakers (or headphones).

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  1. Explain who would best make up the design team for a remodel or renovation project at your course.
  2. List key ways to share the workload with your team, especially your golf course architect.
  3. Describe the initial steps in preparing your project plan and budget for approval.
  4. Prepare for construction and know how to select and work with a golf course contractor.
  5. Plan for communication to interested parties throughout the remodeling project.

Remodeling 201 modules

For your convenience, this course has been divided into two chapters. There's no need to complete the entire course or even one section in a sitting.

For more details, review this course outline (PDF).

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American Society of Golf Course Architects

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Three ways to order:

  • Online: Click "Order Now" and follow prompts. You'll be emailed access to the printable notes, and the CD will be mailed within three business days.
  • By fax: Use this form to order today!
  • By phone: Call GCSAA at (800) 472-7878

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