Thursday, 27th April, 2017

Stories tagged ‘David Krause’

Wednesday, June 10th, 2015

The students in a surveying exercise at Woking Golf Club with EIGCA Senior Member Tim Lobb

Wanted: Students of Golf Course Architecture!

The European Institute of Golf Course Architects is inviting applicants for its next intake on their Vocational Qualification in Golf Course Design

Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

(From left) Prof. A.Turgeon, Walter Woods, Ian Butcher

First Graduates of WINSTONuniversity celebrate at “The Home of Golf”

At the end of March twelve students from eleven countries stayed at the Old Course Hotel Golf Resort & Spa located right by the infamous 17th hole, better known as the “Road Hole” the full story »

Thursday, May 19th, 2011

EIGCA Presidents: David Krause (retiring) and Rainer Preissmann (new)

Potsdam hosts 11th EIGCA AGM and Conference

For the first time the EIGCA staged their annual gathering in Germany, having previously visited Spain, Scotland, England, Italy, The Netherlands, Ireland, and Portugal the full story »

Friday, May 13th, 2011

Rainer Preissmann & David Krause

New President for EIGCA

Rainer Preissman has succeeded David Krause as President of the European Institute of Golf Course Architects (EIGCA). The handover took place at the end of the 2011 EIGCA Conference and AGM held in Potsdam, Germany last week the full story »

Tuesday, March 8th, 2011

The Old Course 17th Green

EIGCA Supports St Andrews UNESCO World Heritage Bid

The European Institute of Golf Course Architects has backed a campaign to have St Andrews and parts of the Old Course designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site the full story »

Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010

Asian launch of GEO Legacy Guidelines. (l – r) Ben Warren (GEO), Tom Mackenzie European Institute of Golf Course Architects (EIGCA), Annika Sorenstam, Erik Larsen - President of American Society of Golf Course Architects, and David Krause,  President of EIGCA.

Global Launch of GEO Legacy Guidance

The Golf Environment Organization’s GEO Legacy Guidance for Sustainable Golf Development has been launched at the Asia Pacific Golf Summit in Bangkok and the European Golf Course Owners Association Conference in London the full story »

Friday, November 12th, 2010

EGCOA logo

EGCOA Conference Signs More Speakers and Sponsors

The European Golf Business Conference of the European Golf Course Owners Association announces the endorsement of Club Car and Peg-It Scorecards the full story »

Friday, October 15th, 2010

EGCOA Director, Lodewijk Klootwijk

EGCOA Goes Back to The Future

EGCOA announces the latest speaker programme for its 5th Annual Conference which moves to London for 2010 the full story »

Friday, August 13th, 2010

Warsaw logo2

Spotlight on Golf Investment & Development

The 2nd Golf Investment & Development Conference in Central and Eastern Europe takes place 13-15 September at Radisson Hotel, Warsaw the full story »

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

Jonathan Smith of GEO

Golf Course Architects Support GEO Guidelines

The GEO Guidelines for Sustainable Golf Development received unanimous support at the World Forum of Golf Architects in St Andrews. After further consultation during the coming months, the plan is to launch the final version in the second half of 2010 the full story »

Wednesday, April 14th, 2010

President, David Krause, (centre), celebrates ’s EIGCA 10th Anniversary with some of his predecessors, (l-r) Peter Harradine, Simon Gidman, Ken Moody and David Williams

World Forum of Golf Architects Hailed a Resounding Success

The 5 day programme of events at St Andrews was planned in collaboration with the Society of Australian Golf Course Architects and the American Society of Golf Course Architects and attracted over 170 golf industry delegates from around the world the full story »

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010

Duncan Weir (left) accepting the Harry S Colt Award from David Krause

The R&A receives the inaugural EIGCA Harry S Colt Award

The trophy is awarded to a group or individual for their outstanding contribution to golf the full story »

Monday, July 3rd, 2000

Golf course architects merger confirmed

The long-awaited merger between the British Institute of Golf Course Architects, The European Society of Golf Course Architects and the Association Franà§aise des Architectes de Golf was ratified in London earlier today. A new Executive Officer has been appointed. The EIGCA will have offices in England and Austria