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Pierson’s new project is Golfpark Rosenhof

8.19am 10th June 2011 - People - This story was updated on Saturday, June 25th, 2011

Brian Pierson (2nd from right)

Brian D Pierson has worked on many golf course projects in Germany over the last 14 years including 18 holes at the Treudelberg Golf & Country Club, which plays host to the German Ladies Open, and the first 18 holes at St Leon-Rot, host to the German Open.

Construction on Pierson’s latest golf project in Germany commenced last October 2010. This is a new 18-hole championship course at Golfpark Rosenhof, near Niedernberg in Germany, located in an ancient river valley, nestling between rolling hills, only a 20 minute drive south of Frankfurt.

The climate in the area allowed construction to proceed through the winter. Seeding is now taking place with planned limited play in the autumn, with a full opening scheduled for Spring 2012.

Brian D Pierson has been involved with construction and alteration work on over 250 golf courses around the world, including seven Open Championship courses. With 44 years of knowledge and expertise in a consultancy capacity he prides himself on being cost effective, on time and on budget.

Brian D Pierson The Golf Course Builder



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