Original Designs

  • Indian Wells Golf Resort - Player’s Course | Indian Wells, California

    The 18-hole Player’s Course, which opened in November 2007, has already received numerous accolades and awards, most noteworthy ranking No. 3 in Golfweek’s “Top 30 Best Municipal Courses” in the country. The course is part of 36-hole resort complex owned and operated by the City of Indian Wells.

  • Sand Hollow Resort | Hurricane, Utah

    Just a few months after opening, Golf Digest ranked Sand Hollow’s Championship Course the No. 1 golf course in the state, while Golfweek ranked it as one of the “Best Courses You Can Play.” Featuring spectacular scenery, Sand Hollow features wonderful links-style topography and was constructed entirely out of native red sand.

  • The Gallery - South & North Courses | Marana, Arizona

    Home to the 2007 and 2008 Accenture Match Play Championship, the South Course is a playable and picturesque desert layout, with stunning views of the Tortolita Mountains, and featuring wide fairways, a variety of holes and unique turtle-back greens. The North Course, The Gallery’s original layout, hosted the PGA Tour’s Tucson Open in 2000.

  • Ridge Creek Golf Club | Dinuba, California

    Located in the heart of California’s San Joaquin Valley, the course features an attractive heathland-style reminiscent of England’s great inland courses. Ridge Creek, a runner-up in Golf Inc.’s “Best New Golf Development” competition, was acted upon by Dinuba to utilize the city’s excess wastewater and to enhance resident recreational opportunities.

  • Windsong Farm | Minneapolis, Minnesota

    Located on a 248-acre tract on a former horse farm, the course’s defining features include large greens with delicate breaks, collection areas inspired by Donald Ross’ courses and classic square tee areas. Golf Digest named it as one of the “Best New Private” courses shortly after its opening. It also is rated in Golfweek’s Top 100 courses in the modern category. Co-designed with Tom Lehman.

  • Centennial Golf Club | Medford, Oregon

    This Southern Oregon course has a meadow feel as the property is nearly devoid of trees but has lovely grasslands that surround all the holes. Strategically challenging yet fun to play, Centennial was named one of the top six most enjoyable places to play in the U.S., according to a Golf World survey.

  • Trophy Lake | Port Orchard, Washington

    Trophy Lake offers a daring, risk-reward experience with expansive greens and 80+ grass-faced, white sand bunkers strategically placed throughout. The serene setting and inspiring views of the Olympic Range and Mount Rainier heighten the drama of the course, named “Best Public Golf Course in the Region” by one reader survey.

  • Washington National Golf Club | Seattle, Washington

    With four long par fours, including the 475-yard finishing hole, the University Course is a difficult test. The 18th hole caps a challenging and picturesque finishing five-hole stretch. Washington National was the site of the 2002 Women’s NCAA Division I Championship and is home to the University of Washington golf teams.

  • Somerby Golf Club | Byron, Minnesota

    On a gently rolling canvas dotted with thick stands of trees, meandering creeks and pockets of grassy wetland areas, Somerby paints a glorious picture. The wetland areas have been integrated into the holes along with several lakes. Golf Digest ranked Somerby in the Top 10 for “Best New Private” courses for 2005. Co-designed with Tom Lehman.

  • Crosswater | Sunriver, Oregon

    Home to the JELD-WEN Tradition, a Champions Tour major, Crosswater is the crown jewel of the Sunriver resort community. Crosswater has been honored by Golf Digest as a “Best New Resort Course,” and one of “America’s 100 Greatest Courses,” by GOLF Magazine as a “Top 100 You Can Play” and by Golfweek as one of the 50 “Best Tour Courses You Can Play.” Co-designed with Bob Cupp.

  • Big Sky Golf and Country Club | Pemberton, British Columbia, Canada

    Just 25 minutes north of Whistler, Big Sky is constructed at the base of the massive, snow-capped Mount Currie in the fertile Pemberton valley, which sets a peaceful and serene stage for a round of golf. Big Sky features bent grass from tee to green and Ravensdale sand bunkers. It is one of the “Top 10 Courses in Canada,” according to Golf Digest. Co-designed with Bob Cupp.

  • The Reserve - South Course| Portland, Oregon

    One of two championship courses at The Reserve Vineyards and Golf Club, the South Course was host to the JELD-WEN Tradition, a major on the Champions Tour, for four years. More than 110 gleaming Idaho white-sand bunkers create stunning visual contrasts with the various shades of green showcased in the surrounding vegetation.

  • Rush Creek | Maple Grove, Minnesota

    Host to an LPGA Tour event and the 2004 U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship won by Ryan Moore, Rush Creek’s motif is decidedly classic, mimicking a time when Donald Ross was creating his master works. The Minnesota landscape, with its gently rolling topography, brilliant flora, diverse tree cover and abundant water bodies, forms the layout’s palette.

  • Langdon Farms Golf Club | Canby, Oregon

    Ranked as one of the “Best Courses You Can Play” in Oregon by Golfweek, Langdon Farms has been consistently recognized as a unique golf experience since its opening in 1995. The property’s distinctive “Big Red Barn,” originally built in 1916, comes into play down the left side of the 8th hole. Co-designed with Bob Cupp.