From our list of over 125 courses we have selected seven projects that had very different challenges from design through construction. From the "low country" of South Carolina to the "hill country" of New Jersey, from new construction to classic restoration this is a "snap shot" of projects the group has produced. For a complete list of projects please click on the above link.
Meadow Brook

Our new design of Meadow Brook in Richmond, Rhode Island is one of a very few golf courses in the entire United States to open in 2010. The picturesque layout, the longest in the state, is set on the land that formed this small town�s historic public course of the same name, but the new Meadow Brook is a completely different course.

image Saratoga National

A "coastal" look in the foothills of the Adirondacks with lakes, lagoons and wetlands as ever present hazards. A course long and broad with playing options for everyone. From its stonewall bulkheading to its feathery-edged sand bunkers the course sits easily on it site with strong visual appeal.

image Ballyowen

The first independent design of the Group, the course incorporates the owner's mantra of "wide fairways". In a setting where only the surrounding views of the Jersey "hill country" intrude on the course, the abandoned sand and gravel quarry was transformed into an open "links-style" layout. Native grass covered dunes and ridges separate and define most of the holes.
image Metedeconk National

A very private setting in the unique terrain, sandy soils and woodlands of New Jersey's northern "pine barrens". Several crossing of the Metedeconk River basin which bisect the layout, help to separate and focus the quiet isolation of each of the holes. Subtle contouring of greens and fairways surrounded by natural roughs is interrupted by the occasional open water, wetlands and a host of sculpted bunkers.

image Yale

A classic course of heroic proportions whose original bunkering suffered from the ravages of time, change and in some cases total abandonment. With a great deal of study and research, we were able to approximate the location and configuration of the originals and then began a long range program of repair, renovation and reconstruction. The most exciting work was putting back the "Alps," "Principals Nose" and "Redan" bunkers that had been lost.
image Crumpin Fox

From the dream of its first owner, ten years as a nine hole course and completion by its third owner, this course has been a labor of love by everyone involved. Variety is the key here, as the holes weave through the changing terrain. This terrain offers the major hazard and challenge with the strongest bunkering saved for the greens. A show piece of our style that makes every round unique and always invites a return.

image Palmetto Dunes

An update of the original "grande dame" of Palmetto Dunes was more than cosmetic. The improvements solved drainage problems, stripped the original to its solid skeleton and fleshed out new greens, tees and fairway contours with new improved grassing of the entire course. A complete makeover of the course to enhance its challenge and playability.