Harvard Design School announces Golf Course Design and Development Institute Seminars

Harvard Design School announces Golf Course Design and Development Institute Seminars

 

This summer Executive Education at the Harvard Design School will offer the final sessions of the Harvard Design School Golf Course Design and Development Institute, a group of seminars related to the planning and design of golf courses and resorts. These are: Golf Clubhouse Design and Site Planning (June 12-14, 2002/tuition $895); Golf/Residential Site Planning (June 17-19, 2002/tuition $895); Golf Course Development I—The Three Rs: Rounds, Rates, and Revenues (June 25-26, 2002/tuition $625); Golf Course Development II—Design Impacts on Cost and Operations (June 27,2 2002/tuition $325); and Golf Course Appraisal (June 28, 2002/tuition $325); as well as Golf Course Design and Golf Course Environmental Concerns and Cost-Effective Construction offered in the spring. These seminars may be taken in any combination for tuition discounts.

 

Instructors include golf course designers Brian Silva and Robert Muir Graves, environmentalists Michael Hurdzan and William Burbank, architects Kenneth DeMay and Richard Diedrick; and golf development consultant Barbara Hanley.

 

For more information visit www.gsd.harvard.edu/execed.

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