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New line-up at Palmer Course Design

12.05am 30th June 2005 - People

World-renowned golf course design and planning firm, Palmer Course Design, announces a new line-up to its executive board. At the helm of the company’s operations in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. is president Ed Seay; executive vice president, senior golf course architect and managing director Erik Larsen; vice president and director of business services Deborah Thode; vice president, senior golf course architect and director of design and construction services Harrison Minchew; and vice president, senior golf course architect; director of environmental services Vicki Martz.
“Our executive team is a dedicated group that shares the same philosophy and vision for the future of Palmer Course Design,” said Arnold Palmer, chairman, Palmer Course Design. “We are excited about new opportunities on the horizon and look forward to adding to our already impressive list of courses throughout the world.”
For more than 35 years, Palmer Course Design Company has been a worldwide leader in golf course architecture.With more than 250 active projects and open golf courses in 38 states and 23 countries, Palmer Course Design provides comprehensive golf course planning and design. Founded on the philosophy and standards of excellence set forth by the game’s ambassador, Arnold Palmer, Palmer Course Design applies traditional design elements to every course whether private, public or resort.
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