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Rob Collins feature interview on Golf Club Atlas
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Rob Collins was the feature interviewee on Golf Club Atlas for November 2014.  Ran's introduction to the interview asks the architectural equivalent of the question "if a tree falls in the forest, and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound?...

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The Montane Club - Fernie, BC
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This post provides details about a course that will, unfortunately, never exist.  King-Collins was hired in August of 2013 to develop a plan and budget for a proposed, new eighteen hole course in Fernie, BC.  The site upon which the golf course would have been built was absolutely extraordinary....

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Anthony Pioppi article about Sweetens Cove on the USGA website:
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Thanks to Anthony Pioppi and the USGA for this wonderful article about our labor of love:http://www.usga.org/news/2014/October/Sweetens-Cove-a-Nine-Hole-Beauty/

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GCA Green Pages Article
by: Rob Collins
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Here is a link to an article that I wrote for "GCA Green Pages 2014:http://digital.tudor-rose.co.uk/golf-course-architecture/gca-green-pages-2014/?utm_source=GolfCourseArchitecture.net+-+Newsletter&utm_campaign=2220aa5a6e-GCA_January_2014_Out_Now&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_17683c51f8-2220aa5a6e-53066193#10-11 

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Renovation Brochure
by: Rob Collins
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Check out this link to a brochure about our transformation of the Sequatchie Valley G&CC:http://issuu.com/kingcollinsgolf/docs/booklet_complete_reduced 

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Battle Creek photo shoot - August 2013
by: Rob Collins
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Here are some photos that I took this week of the golf course:#1 green#2 green and fairway bunker#3 green, front right side#3 green, left side#3 green, right side20,000 square ft. 4th green#4 green contours#4 green, far right pinWaste bunker between 3 & 5, looking toward #5 greenOde to the Devil's Asshole - #5 greenside bunker#5 green#5 green contoursView from #5 green toward #3 green and #5 tees#5 green as seen from #6 fairway#5 green as seen from #7 greenview of #5 green on walk from #4 green to #5 tees#5 greenside bunker and waste bunker#5 green, waste bunker, and #3 fairway#6 green with Himalayas and #5 green in the distance#7 green, front left side#7 green, left side with #5 green in the background#7 green, right side#7 green#7 green, left side#8 fairway contours, looking back toward the tee....

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Signal Mountain G&CC renovation with 'before and after' photos
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It was an honor to be selected by Signal Mountain Golf & Country Club to renovate their third and seventeenth holes.  I first played golf on the course as a child and have since completed countless rounds there.  As a result, I am very fond of the layout and believe that it is a unique and special course with tremendous potential. ...

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Bunker Detailing - Battle Creek Golf and Sporting Club, formerly Sequatchie Valley
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Here are some recent pictures of the waste bunker adjacent to the fifth tee and one of the fairway bunker on number three.  We have not finished putting sand in or raked the bunkers, but this gives a good idea of what the finished product will look like....

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The 'anti-Signature' golf course
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King-Collins Golf Course Design is the anti-Signature firm.  Our core philosophy and approach to the riddle of design and construction is to view each golf hole as an opportunity to create a timeless work of art that functions as an elite quality golfing landscape.  We...

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Sequatchie thread on Golf Club Atlas
by: Rob Collins
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I posted a short essay with some photos about the golf course on Golf Club Atlas.Here is the link:http://www.golfclubatlas.com/forum/index.php/topic,54389.0.html 

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