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Author(s):Graves, Robert Muir; Cornish, Geoffrey
Title:Selecting the site, routing the course, and the role of the computer
Section:The game and the course 
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Volume Editors:Graves, Robert Muir and Cornish, Geoffrey S.
Monographic Source:Golf Course Design, 1998, p. 53-81.
# of Pages:29
Publishing Information:New York: John Wiley & Sons
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Golf course design; Site factors; Analysis; Paths; Buildings; Nurseries; Software; Mapping; Landscape design; Irrigation system design; Futures
Abstract:Discusses the selection of a suitable site for a golf course and lists features of the site that may affect golf course design. Discusses the placement of various aspects of the course, including the clubhouse, holes, cart paths, shelters, storage buildings, and nurseries, and discusses the factors to be considered when designing and routing the course. Includes a discussion of the role of computers in golf course design and predictions about the future use of computers in this field.
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Note:Includes appendices, "Site data required by the architect"; p. 79, "The route plan and narrative report"; p. 80, and "Golf course design services required following the completion of the route plan and narrative"; p. 81
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Graves, R. M., and G. Cornish. 1998. Selecting the site, routing the course, and the role of the computer. In Graves, Robert Muir and Cornish, Geoffrey S. (eds.) Golf Course Design. New York: John Wiley & Sons.
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