Golf Industry News - Peter Thomson
The golf course architecture firm – comprising the late Peter Thomson, the five-time Open champion, and his fellow Australians Ross Perrett and Tim Lobb – began the project in 2005. NEWGIZA is located five miles from the Pyramids, which are visible from the tee of arguably the new course’s outstanding hole, the par-3 4th.
Peter William Thomson AO, CBE (23rd August 1929 – 20th June 2018)20-06-2018
Tributes from Martin Slumbers of The R&A; Business Partner, Tim Lobb; and Iain Carter and Bernie McGuire, respectively Chairman and Secretary, Association of Golf Writers of which Peter Thomson was a Vice-President
Master Craftsman – An Interview with Donald Steel, golf’s ‘renaissance man’09-02-2018
Donald Steel, golf’s renaissance man, talks us through a remarkable career which has included writing, course architecture and even an appearance at the 1970 Open reproduced here by kind permission of Michael Harris, Editor ‘Golf Monthly’ www.golf-monthly.co.uk This interview first appeared in the March 2018 issue. Words and interview Jeremy Ellwood; Photography Daniel Gould It’s Friday […]