About the Designers | Hurdzan and Fry
Michael Hurdzan, ASGCA
Dr. Michael Hurdzan has been selected the winner of the 2002 Donald A. Rossi Award by the Golf Course Builders Association of America; he was Golf World Magazine’s 1997 "Architect of the Year;" and The Board Room Magazine’s 2001 and 1999 selection for the same honor. "Environmental Impacts of Golf Courses" for the Harvard Graduate School of Design. He is a Golf Digest panelist for their environmental awards program, a selected delegate for the "Golf and Environment" conferences, and serves on the education review committee for GCSAA.
Dana Fry, Principal
Dana Fry’s career in golf began as a talented junior golfer who later went on to play for the University of Arizona. During that period Dana became interested in golf course design and went to work as a shaper for Tom Fazio for five years and on sixteen golf courses before he joined Mike in 1988. It didn’t take long to recognize Dana’s genius for golf course design and in January 1997 Mike made Dana a partner in the firm. Combined with Michael Hurdzan’s technical expertise, Dana offers the eyes of an artist, and the passion of an avid golfer.