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Material Type:Video; Video
Content Type:Interview
Author(s):Fazio, Tom
Monographic Author(s):Fazio, Tom
Author Affiliation:Golf Course Architect
Title:The "vintage" 80s
Article Series:ASGCA Living History Series: Tom Fazio, part 6
Monographic Source:A Converstion With Tom Fazio [video interview], 2001, p. .
Publishing Information:[East Lansing, MI: American Society of Golf Course Architects & Michigan State University Libraries Turfgrass Information Center]
Collation:02:57 minutes
Series:ASGCA Living History Series
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Personal profile; Golf course architects; Golf course design; Golf course construction; Golf course industry; Career growth; Golf course siting
Facility Names:PGA National, in Palm Beach Gardens; Wild Dunes, in Charleston, South Carolina; The Vintage Club, in Palm Springs, California
Subjects' Names:Fazio, Tom
Abstract/Contents:Tom Fazio describes how three courses he designed in the late 1970s propelled his career into the 1980s: PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Wild Dunes in Charleston, South Carolina, and The Vintage Club in Palm Springs, California. Discusses how he was reluctant to take the Vintage Club job, as it would entail being away from his family. Explains that "it's another one of those lessons you tell young people...you make a sacrifice and usually those sacrifices become long term personal gains." States that "those three golf courses at the time came online in the early 80s and so that recognition and those individual golf courses just automatically had the phone ringing off the hook with new projects."
Language:English
References:0
See Also:See also 9 other video segments and unit record for this work. Search as MCODE=LHSTF in Power Search, or see records related to LHSTF
Note:Interviewed by Craig Schreiner
Conducted at the ASGCA 55th Annual Meeting, Dublin, Ohio, May 15, 2001
Quotable quotes"The 80s for me started in late '78, '79."
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Fazio, Tom. Fazio, T. 2001. The "vintage" 80s. In A Converstion With Tom Fazio [video interview]. [East Lansing, MI: American Society of Golf Course Architects & Michigan State University Libraries Turfgrass Information Center].
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