Andrew Green has become one of the hottest names in golf course architecture thanks to his work at Inverness, Congressional, Oak Hill, Scioto, Wannamoisett and many other golden age classics in need of a refresh. But does he want to build something from scratch? He joins Tom Coyne on the TGJ Podcast to discuss his love for history, his start in golf course design, loving his job and why William Flynn is his spirit animal.
About Andrew Green
Andrew Green is the President and Principal Architect of A.H. Green Design/Green Golf & Turf, Inc. Green spent 14 years with McDonald and Sons as a Senior Designer being exposed to renovation projects at places like Merion, Shinnecock Hills, Pine Valley, and Oakmont. He completed the restoration of Inverness Club in Toledo, OH – which hosted its first US Open in 1920 – in 2018, receiving accolades from Golfweek as the Restoration of the Year. He also recently renovated Congressional Country Club’s Blue Course in preparation for 10 different PGA of America Championships over the next two decades, concluding with the 2036 Ryder Cup. His work on the East Course at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, NY opened in the summer of 2020 and will host the 2023 PGA Championship.