NEW ARCADIA BLUFFS COURSE OFFERS A FRESH TAKE ON A FAMILIAR IDEA
  • Golf Digest

Original article in Golf Digest can be found HERE Article by Ron Whitten Before I give my thumbs-up to the new South Course at Arcadia Bluffs, the latest design by Dana Fry, I must confess a bias. It’s not that I’ve been good friends with Dana for decades, or that he, Mike Hurdzan and I […]

The South Course at Arcadia Bluffs is Showcased
  • MGL TV Showcases The South Course at Arcadia Bluffs

MGL TV was honored to be the first program invited to preview and showcase the new South Course at Arcadia Bluffs!

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Dana Fry: ‘Shinnecock Hills is ultimately the best course in the United States for tournament golf.’
  • theamanmisra

The 118th playing of the United States Open Championship is days away. This year, the tournament returns to the historic Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Long Island, New York for the fifth time.

Hail To Michigan
  • Colorado Avid Golfer

Arcadia found the right man for the job in ascendant architect Dana Fry. Fresh off global acclaim from his design role with the 2017 US Open course, Erin Hills.

US Open Time Lapse
  • Erin Hills Golf Club

Time lapse of the one year lead up to the US Open at Erin Hills

A Sight for Square Eyes
  • Golf Course Architecture

Dana Fry’s new South course at Michigan’s Arcadia Bluffs resort is a radical homage to CB Macdonald and Seth Raynor’s Chicago Golf Club.

Changes at former Sand Barrens course following Union League’s purchase
  • Golf Course Architecture

Concurrent to the long-term planning, we are doing a major amount of remodel work on the course now.

2017 Design Excellence Recognition Program honorees announced
  • AGCSA

The sixth annual American Society of Golf Course Architects Design Excellence Recognition Program honorees have been named.

Less turf + better turf = better for golf
  • Golfdom

In an effort to make golf better for the budget and better for the golfer, courses take a close look at where the green goes.

Innovations in Golf Course Construction
  • Golf Inc.

From bunkers to irrigation, a wave of new technology and products is revolutionizing the way courses are built.