I have included many images below that showcase a few of the courses I have had the priviledge of working
for in my career.

This excellent Rees Jones course features wide open fairways, and the large greens are fast and firm. "GOLF Magazine" selected the course 97th among the "Top 100 Courses in the U.S." for 1999.

Atlantic Golf Club

Built on the bluffs of the Long Island Sound, The Baiting Hollow Club is known for its beautiful vistas, featuring many elevated tees and greens. Extraordinary management of turf and soil infrastructure has resulted in manicured greens and fairways, which offer the luxury of playing under the best conditions.

Baiting Hollow Club

The Coore/ Crenshaw team carved the 6,400 yard, 18-hole course out of an already impressive pastoral landscape. The front nine is an old links style course that imbues classic golf with tall depths of wispy Fescue. An added challenge on this nine is the potential to be faced with unpredictable strong prevailing winds. When turning onto the back nine the player is faced with tight tree lined fairways which have a natural undulating landscape that requires endurance and thoughtful placement. The natural rustic nature of the course endures through all 18 holes.

East Hampton Golf Club