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Material Type:Video; Video
Content Type:Interview
Author(s):Rainville, David
Monographic Author(s):Rainville, David
Author Affiliation:Golf Course Architect
Title:Designing "user friendly" courses
Article Series:ASGCA Living History Series: David Rainville, part 12
Monographic Source:A Conversation With David Rainville [Video Interview], 2002, p. .
Publishing Information:[East Lansing, MI: American Society of Golf Course Architects & Michigan State University Libraries Turfgrass Information Center]
Collation:07:29 minutes
Series:ASGCA Living History Series
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Golf course architects; Personal profile; Golf course design; Maintenance costs; Public golf courses; Bunkers; Traffic; Golfers; Golf fairways; Perceptions; Landing areas; Golf green design; Golf greens; Beginning golfers; Golf tees; Wear; Golf cart paths; Golf course drainage; Mounds
Subjects' Names:Rainville, David
Abstract/Contents:David Rainville discusses elements of "user friendly" design. Describes how his design style allows beginning golfers an easier game while still challenging advanced golfers. Discusses how bunkering, golf green design, and landing area placement can all work synergistically to provide this type of course. David Rainville explains how his courses are designed to withstand a heavy amount of play (up to 120,000 rounds per year). Discusses how advances in golf ocurse drainage have helped make golf course design on the West Coast much easier.
Language:English
References:0
See Also:See also 14 other video segments and record for entire video. Search as MCODE=LHSDR in Power Search, or see records related to LHSDR
See Also:See also record for entire recording R=99628 R=99628
Note:Interviewed by Paul Fullmer
See Also:Other items relating to: Golf cart damage
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Rainville, David. Rainville, D. 2002. Designing "user friendly" courses. In A Conversation With David Rainville [Video Interview]. [East Lansing, MI: American Society of Golf Course Architects & Michigan State University Libraries Turfgrass Information Center].
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