WHEN IT COMES TO a resort golf course, “People are looking for visual excitement, with lots of bells and whistles and attention to detail,” says Steve Forrest, principle partner with Arthur Hill/Steve Forrest and Associates, a golf architectural firm in Toledo, Ohio. “The goal is [for golfers] to have a ‘wow’ kind of experience.” According to Ron Whitten, an architecture editor for Golf Digest, most resort developers use big name designers because “when you are going to spend that kind of ...

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