Master Planning for the golf course and surrounding land is the backbone for a successful Project. Most every golf course project Stirling & Martin have worked on, involved master planning. From their first successful golf project, El Cortijo, which hosted the Spanish Open, they understood how essential master planning is for success and prestige. The Golf Architects basically routed the golf course through valleys, leaving higher land on the perimeter for roads and residential development. Layos Golf Course by Stirling & Martin and many other golf courses exhibit the same concepts. They all optimize land use through great master planning.
Correct master planning and land use determines the success for the golf course. Whether the golf course is designed with residential, commercial, retail, or high tech land use, Stirling & Martin insist on economic viability for the golf project. Their objective of, “we only design great golf courses”, begins with proper master planning. For great golf courses can only be great if they are an economic success!
Every golf course project has required some form of master planning. From Jaca in the Northeast of Spain, to Estepona in the Southwest of Spain, to their recent project in Bolivia, Urubo County Club, proper master planning played a key role for prosperous golf developments.
Stirling & Martin design outstanding projects by maximizing land use. A great golf course combines the puzzle of the proper layout of the golf course, with the land surrounding the golf course. Often, many projects involve designing and providing space for roads and residential areas around the golf course. By designing a safe golf course and optimizing land for homes or commercial areas, or other land uses, the developer is assured of success. This is the primary objective of Stirling & Martin.
Success for the client. Stirling & Martin provide master planning services with golf courses to créate prosperity for the client.