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From Greensward to Putting Greens: Frederick Law Olmsted’s Influence on Golf Course Architecture

June 14 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux’s “Greensward Plan” for Central Park both inspired the American park movement and provided the catalyst for the establishment of landscape architecture as a profession. Golf course design, whether for public or private use, combines knowledge of landscape architecture with understanding the unique requirements of a challenging game.

In line with the 200th anniversary of Olmsted’s birth, and during US Open Week at The Country Club, of which Olmsted was a member, join National Park Service staff, Olmsted historians, and four prominent members of the American Society of Golf Course Architects for a lively discussion of how Olmsted’s principles have influenced course design and shaped the profession of golf course architecture.

Join us at the Franklin Park Clubhouse on June 14th from 1:30-3:00pm for this discussion. Register here.

Learn more about our moderator and panelist here.

Is this a free event?

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Details

Date:
June 14
Time:
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
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Organizer

Frederick Law Olmsted National Historic Site
Email:
isabel_schulman@partner.nps.gov
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Venue

Franklin Park Clubhouse
1 Circuit Drive
Boston, MA 02124 United States
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