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WRITTEN ON Tuesday, October 23rd, 2018 BY Tim AND STORED IN Our projects, Philosophy, Tim Lobb, Travels

On many of our projects we have walls around lake edges to enhance the edge treatment and to bring greens or tees closer to the water. So how do we decide whether we will use timber or rock? Quite often if the site is rocky and during the earthworks a lot of rock is excavated [...]


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WRITTEN ON Tuesday, December 13th, 2016 BY Tim AND STORED IN Golf News, Our projects, Philosophy, Tim Lobb, Top Courses

The second and final phase of the major renovations works we are undertaking at The Buckinghamshire Golf Club is now in full swing. Works commenced in November and we plan finish by March 2017. In this phase we are working on holes 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 13, 14, 15 + 16 with new bunkering, new [...]


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WRITTEN ON Friday, July 13th, 2012 BY Tim AND STORED IN Peter Thomson, Philosophy, Tim Lobb, Travels

Peter Thomson won the 1958 Open Championship at Royal Lytham Golf Club. Beating Dave Thomas it was Peter’s fourth Open Championship in seven years. He also had two runners up in that time too. Click the link below to see Peter on the way to victory in 1958. http://www.tpl.eu.com/1958.html   Tim Lobb will be at Royal [...]


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WRITTEN ON Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012 BY Tim AND STORED IN Philosophy, Tim Lobb

The below article is reproduced from the EMEA Hotel Monitor, February 2012, Issue 9. Produced by Whitebridge Hospitality.             www.whitebridgehospitality.com   Why Skiing and Golf Golf’s role in boosting hotel performance levels at summer resorts during the shoulder seasons is well known. Take the Belek region in southern Turkey, where a government [...]


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WRITTEN ON Monday, July 25th, 2011 BY Tim AND STORED IN Golf News, Philosophy, Press Releases, Tim Lobb

PRESS RELEASE – 22 July 2011     Golf seminar planned for Marrakech   The team behind the successful ‘Golf in the Middle East – The Next Generation’ seminar, run in Abu Dhabi last September, has announced its second event.   The seminar, entitled ‘Golf in North Africa – Setting The New Standards’, will take [...]


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WRITTEN ON Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011 BY Tim AND STORED IN Philosophy, Tim Lobb

Google Earth is a free software package which allows users to very satellite images from around the world. Prior to Google Earth our industry used to have to rely on expensive aerial photographs to get such images. Often our clients were not in a position for such an expense and they were rarely available. Now [...]


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WRITTEN ON Friday, July 2nd, 2010 BY Tim AND STORED IN Peter Thomson, Philosophy

See below YouTube coverage on what the experts say about Peter Thomson’s swing. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhzjyFSCc4Q What a swing.


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WRITTEN ON Friday, June 4th, 2010 BY Tim AND STORED IN Andrew Goosen, Golf News, Philosophy, Tim Lobb, Top Courses

Tim and Andrew played golf at Stoke Park today (4 June, 2010) with Paul Thomas and John McGuiness. The original 18 hole course was laid out by Colt in 1908 and is set amongst a 18th Century Capability Brown/ Humphrey Repton Landscape. Additionally the magnificent 18th Century Mansion House has been the scene for many movies [...]


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WRITTEN ON Friday, March 5th, 2010 BY Tim AND STORED IN Golf News, Philosophy, Press Releases, Tim Lobb

On February 25th 2010, Thomson Perrett & Lobb hosted a bunker seminar with various industry professionals at Burhill Golf Club in Surrey. Please read below for further details   PRESS RELEASE   TPL host industry leaders to talk bunkers   (London, United Kingdom – March 5, 2010) Thomson Perrett & Lobb, the golf course design practice [...]


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WRITTEN ON Wednesday, February 10th, 2010 BY Tim AND STORED IN Our projects, Peter Thomson, Philosophy, Press Releases, Tim Lobb, Top Courses, Travels

Tim Lobb reports on his travels to Malaysia and Australia during February 2010. In these times of glossy magazines and seductive/ touched up photos of exotic golf courses it got me wondering – has golf lost its ‘fit for purpose’ importance. Is the golf industry really creating golf courses that fit into each and every [...]


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