Since the great golf recession of 2006, golf course renovation projects are the main focus of most golf course architects. We are no exception. While national headlines paint a gloomy picture for golf, reality is somewhat different. The courses that close are generally the lower end of the supply chain, while National Golf Foundation studies show all types of renovations tend to increase the bottom line and help courses thrive.
Or course, the key is proper renovations, using a “just right bowl of porridge” approach, targeting spending and rebuilding to achieve the most bang for the buck, and to ”make golf better” for patrons of the facility. Jeffrey D. Brauer excels at doing just that, using the golf course needs above personal portfolio enhancement to best assure his clients a brighter future.
The design services for major renovations may start with a business plan or renovation master plan, detailed elsewhere, and end up in some level of complete construction plans allowing you to bid out the project. Since details are even more important in renovations, where working clean and tying seamlessly into areas not scheduled for reconstruction, Jeffrey D. Brauer typically allocates even more site visits to his major renovation projects.