Restorations & Renovations
I have always found great charm in older courses. It is though the land they occupy was always intended for golf, so when I have the privilege of working on a property, it is vital to gain an appreciation of their unique elements, features and the setting itself.
The courses that I have been fortunate to work with have hosted over forty National Championships. Each course has offered a unique challenge, and whether it involved tee enhancements with overall course lengthening, a re-shaping of the bunkers or intensive work on the greens and surrounds, all required a more thoughtful approach before proceeding.
Keeping a respectful eye on the past with keen attention to detail are essential when working with older courses amidst a memberships' high expectations.
The 7th at Philadelphia Cricket Club - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Sands Point Golf Club - Port Washington NY
The Old White Course at The Greenbrier - White Sulphur Springs, WV
Moraine Country Club - Dayton, Ohio
10th hole at Brook Hollow Golf Club - Dallas, Texas
Orchard Lake Country Club - Detroit, Michigan
Baltimore Country Club at Five Farms - Baltimore, Maryland
Eastward Ho! - Chatham, Massachusetts
The Apawamis Club - Rye, New York
The Harvester Club - Rhodes, Iowa
Cricket, Sands Point and Apawamis - Evan Schiller
Orchard Lake - Jim Haefner