Introduction to the Second Edition.
PART I: THEORY.
Chapter 1: What Is Golf Course Architecture?
Chapter 2: Basic Criteria.
Chapter 3: Hazards.
Chapter 4: Form and Function of Green Complexes.
Chapter 5: From Tee to Fairway.
Chapter 6: Individual Golf Holes.
Chapter 7: The Beautiful and the Ugly.
Chapter 8: The Recreational Process of Golf.
Chapter 9: The Ideal Golf Course Architect.
PART II: PRACTICE.
Chapter 10: The Site Analysis and Feasibility Study.
Chapter 11: The Ideal Design Process.
Chapter 12: The Evolving Design Process.
Chapter 13: Computers, Satellites, and Image Technology.
Chapter 14: Economics of Course Construction.
Chapter 15: Plans, Specifications, and Bidding.
Chapter 16: Aspects of the Construction Sequence.
Chapter 17: Tee, Green, and Bunker Construction.
Chapter 18: Irrigation.
Chapter 19: Seedbed Preparation and Planting.
Chapter 20: Turfgrass Establishment and Maturation.
Chapter 21: Improvement Plans and Renovation.
Chapter 22: Golf and the Environment.