united states golf association
The master plan must address the future growth and aspirations of the institution. These goals include enhancing the Front Entry to the campus along Liberty Corner Road to generate a sense of arrival. Re-configure the entry drive to improve the approach to the ‘Golf House’ and the USGA. Create the ‘Look and Feel‘ of golf on the campus grounds by creating golf landscapes. These landscapes are a diverse mixture of episodic moments, much like a golf hole, creating a seamless choreography from one point to the next. They, together, tell both a story of golf and human experiences. Relocate the Test Center to complete a new entry quad showcasing three major core functions of the USGA, the Museum (the history of game), the Administration Building (the daily running of the organization), the Testing Center (the future possibilities of the game). Create a workplace environment that supports a ‘Culture of Excellence’.
far hills, new jersey
master planning | programming & concept design
175,000 sq ft (4 buildings)
team: Wm. Jack T. Phillips AIA w/ Gensler