Golf course design exists as its own career within the world of architecture and landscape design. There are so many details unique to golf courses in terms of planning, construction, and architectural design that it stands as a separate business.
As with any type of architecture, there are a lot of design considerations and safety measures implemented into the construction. Since golf courses serve as hosts to a sport, there are several additional areas to consider, such as golf cart path design, golf course design, driving ranges, golf course maintenance, irrigation design, sprinklers and irrigation, and landscape drainage. There is also the architecture of parking structures, such as parking garages and parking lots, in relation to the layout of the golf course, as well as entire golf resorts.
The lawsuits involving golf course include matters related to either safety or business. Potential business claims may involve construction disputes, contract disputes, risk management, strategic plans, neighboring property, easement, surveying, property damage, construction management, or planning. Potential safety issues concerning golf course design may be related to site inspections, accident investigation, premises liability, wrongful death, golf cart rollover, serious injury, ADA compliance, or slips, trips, and falls. Golf course design expert witnesses should be well-versed in all of these subjects.
Golf course design is a very involved undertaking with many specific details to consider. An expert in the field will possess knowledge and expertise specific to golf course planning and construction. We invite you to browse through our list of highly qualified golf course design expert witnesses and submit an expert request form or contact us for further information on how we can find the right golf course design expert witness for your particular case.