Brigantine Considers Golf Course Master Plan

Stephen Kay
Stephen Kay

On Wednesday night August 7, Brigantine City Council dug deeper into issues related to The Links at Brigantine Golf Course.

Stephen Kay, a well-known & licensed golf course architect, presented some preliminary ideas about how he could help revive our 185 acre city asset. Mr. Kay is being considered for a ‘master plan’. CLICK THRU to watch video.

According to Kay’s website, this is a standard Master Plan:

Meeting with the Committee three to four times to analyze the golf course. Drawings of each golf hole on 11″ x 17″are used as the main tool during the Plan’s development.

As ideas are discussed, developed, and revised, so are the drawings and associated costs for the construction. A priority schedule may also be discussed during the process.

The study generally takes three to five months, depending on the time of the year we begin and the availability of the Committee to meet.

Final products of Golf Course Master Plan:

1. Ten Master Plan booklets containing a description of the Master Planning process.

Who was on the committee, a history of the golf course, analysis of the golf course in general and a hole by hole written description of the architectural factors of each hole, hole-by-hole drawings in color, the cost analysis of the work, and the phasing/priority schedule.

2. A 30″ x 42″ laminated, color rendering of the entire golf course depicting the proposed renovations.

The study generally takes three to five months, depending on the time of the year we begin and the availability of the Committee to meet.

Full background on Mr. Kay can be found here:

http://www.asgca.org/members/82?mid=96

http://www.kayandsmithdesign.com/

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