My sole aim is to produce honoring, timeless and enduring work.
Taking up the game of golf at fifteen, I loved everything about it. Demanding both skill and discipline, I relished the challenges the game offered. In those early years all I wanted was to play the game well. As I grew older, I could imagine nothing better than the game of golf as a career.
I spent my first fifteen years securing a firm foundation on which to build. This included five years as a golf course superintendent, then as a construction project manager, which led to an opportunity to become part of a national design firm.
I then established my own firm and in 2003 made the decision to focus on working with existing clubs. Each year, I work with two to three private clubs to improve their golf courses. With each program my goal is simple:
To produce timeless and enduring work that honors God and the club that has entrusted me to do my best.