Achim Reinmuth

Member

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Achim Reinmuth, born in 1972, is an active golf player for more than 25 years. He has held a single-digit handicap for 20 years and is an honorary member of Ostsee Golfresort Wittenbeck. In 1999 he graduated as a Landscape Developer, writing his dissertation on "Golf and Environmental Protection". He has worked at Städler Golf Courses since his graduation.

As our specialist in all aspects of environmental protection and design, Achim Reinmuth is skilled at integrating golfing features into ecologically valuable areas with due respect for nature. Working with land that's unsuitable for farming, he has a knack of planning and forming the various holes so that special features or shapes of the landscape enhance their character. Another aspect he focuses on during designing and construction is the future cost of maintaining the golf course.

Apart from golf, the father-of-two also loves hockey. In fact, he is a former member of the junior national team and was German Hockey Champion (junior) in 1986 and again in 1991.

In March 2016 Achim has become the first member of the European Institute of Golf Course Architects to qualify for the EIGCA's Sustainability Register. Inclusion on this register is for members who complete the EIGCA's Raising the Standard of Sustainable Golf Course Development programme (RSSGCD) and demonstrates an individual's industry-leading expertise and experience in sustainable golf course design. He is now a "Sustainable Design Leader".

Member Details

Name:
Achim Reinmuth
Membership:
Member
Practice:
Städler Golf Courses
Phone:
+49 251 790079
Mobile:
+49 173 88 64 817

Continued Professional Development (CPD)

CPD Status:
Approved

Member’s Projects

Work Course Country
New 9 hole golf course Golfpark Münster-Tinnen Germany
New 18+ hole golf course Golfpark Hufeisensee Germany
Major work: Rebuilding of minimum 9 greens Burgdorfer Golfclub Germany
Major work: Rebuilding of minimum 9 greens Golfclub Hamburg-Ahrensburg Germany
Major work: Rebuilding of minimum 9 greens Golfclub Hamburg Walddörfer Germany
New 9 hole golf course Bürgenstock Resort Switzerland
Major work: Minimum 3 new holes Burgdorfer Golfclub Germany
Additional 9 holes, existing course Golf Club Schmallenberg Germany
New 18+ hole golf course Golfresort Weimarer Land (Goethe Course) Germany
New 18+ hole golf course University Golf Club Paderborn Germany
New 18+ hole golf course Golfresort Weimarer Land (Feiniger Course) Germany
Short course/par 3 Mainzer Golf Club Germany
New 9 hole golf course GC Insel Langeoog Germany
Major work: Rebuilding of minimum 9 greens GC Bergisch Land Wuppertal
Major work: Minimum 3 new holes Ostsee Golf Resort Wittenbeck Germany
New 18+ hole golf course Golf Club Sokolov Czech Republic
New 9 hole golf course Golfbaan Echt-Susteren Netherlands
New 18+ hole golf course Golf am Donner Kleve Germany
Major work: Rebuilding of minimum 9 greens Club zur Vahr, Garlstedt Course
New 18+ hole golf course Golf Park Plzen Czech Republic
New 9 hole golf course Golf- & Racing Club Karlovy Vary Czech Republic
Major work: Minimum 3 new holes GC Münsterland Germany
Major work: Rebuilding of minimum 9 greens Oldenburgischer GC Germany
New 18+ hole golf course Golfanlage Gut Wulfsmühle Germany
New 9 hole golf course Maritim Golfpark Ostsee Germany
New 9 hole golf course GC Lilienthal Germany
Additional 9 holes, existing course Velper GC Germany
Major work: Rebuilding of minimum 9 greens Wiesbadener GC Germany
New 9 hole golf course Golfpark Bachgrund Germany
Additional 9 holes, existing course GC Aldruper Heide Germany
Major work: Minimum 3 new holes GC Euregio Bad Bentheim Germany
Major work: Minimum 3 new holes GC Dithmarschen Germany
Major work: Rebuilding of minimum 9 greens GC Tecklenburger Land Germany
Golf Course Design
Sustainability