Golf Course Architecture
The golf industry has witnessed remarkable growth and transformation, but little has changed in the game itself. Golf is about golfers and the wondrous places we play – the simple interaction of man and nature with friends, family or competitors.
Our goal is to make that interaction remarkable.
Our Success is the result of:
Timeless design principles;
Understanding Project Goals;
Attention to Detail; and
A Commitment to the Client.
This simple approach allows us to provide the most engaging solutions for your project requirements.
Villa Olivia Golf Course
Martin Design has been contracted to prepare a Master Improvement Plan for Villa Olivia Golf Course for the Bartlett, Illinois Park District
Wilmette Golf Club
Construction is underway at the Wilmette Golf Club, in Wilmette, Illinois. This renovation includes significant wetland expansion and stormwater management control, new greens, new bunkers, some new tees, extensive drainage system and regrading to accomplish better on-course water management. Construction will be complete this fall and the golf course will be ready for play in late spring of 2014. Wadsworth Golf Construction is providing the construction services.
Biltmore Country Club
Construction is underway for two new greens at Biltmore Country Club. Hollembeak Golf Construction is providing the construction services.
Oak Meadows Golf Preserve
Martin Design is leading a design team, including civil and environmental engineering [Engineering Resource Associates], Golf Course Architecture [Greg Martin, Art Schaupeter, Forest Richardson] and Biologists [Interfluve] in preparing the Phase II recommendations and concept verification of the Master Plan Concepts for improvements proposed at Oak Meadows. Phase II will be submitted for review by September 1, 2013 and Phase III will begin immediately preparing construction documentation for bidding in spring of 2014 and a fall 2014 construction start.
Settler’s Hill Golf Course
Martin Design will soon finalize plans for the initial phases of work to begin the renovation at Settler’s Hill. Construction for phase I is expected to begin in spring of 2014 with the creation of a new hole #1, followed up with the development of a new practice range. Future improvements include 6 new holes, the creation of a youth links, and the relocation of the clubhouse to the center of the property.