David Krause

Member

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Born and educated in Canada (Diploma in Turfgrass 1980) David Krause emigrated to Europe in 1986. After five very intense years as on site representative of Robert Trent Jones Sr. at the Valderrama Golf Club (host of the 1997 Ryder Cup) David lived four years in France, and developed the Seve Ballesteros signature course at Pont Royal en Provence.

David Krause started his own design practice in Germany in 1993, and has since established a reputation in creating exciting, interesting golf courses that people like to play. Active throughout Europe he has successfully developed many new courses and renovated / restored numerous established layouts. His projects include 12 of the Top 50 golf courses in Germany. (GolfMagazin 2015)

A keen golfer David Krause maintains a single digit handicap and speaks English, French, Spanish and German.

Member Details

Name:
David Krause
Membership:
Member
EIGCA Council:
(Past President)
Practice:
Krause Golf Design
Phone:
+49 40 5722 5654
Mobile:
+49 172 41 41 412

Continued Professional Development (CPD)

CPD Status:
Active
Sustainability:

Stage 2

Member’s Projects

Work Course Country
New 18+ hole golf course Golfclub Hamburg-Oberalster Germany
Short course/par 3 Hbg. Land- u. Golf Club Hittfeld Germany
Short course/par 3 Golf Kultur Stuttgart Germany
Major work: Other redevelopment work of a minimum 9 holes Golf-Club Hamburg Wendlohe Germany
New 18+ hole golf course Winstongolf Germany
Additional 9 holes, existing course Nordsee Germany
Major work: Other redevelopment work of a minimum 9 holes Golfclub Gutshof e.V. Papenburg Germany
Major work: Other redevelopment work of a minimum 9 holes Stuttgart Golf Course Germany
Major work: Other redevelopment work of a minimum 9 holes Wiesbaden Golf Club Germany
Major work: Other redevelopment work of a minimum 9 holes Essener Golfclub Haus Oefte Germany
Major work: Other redevelopment work of a minimum 9 holes Gut Kaden Germany
Major work: Other redevelopment work of a minimum 9 holes Golfclub Weselerwald e.V. Germany
Major work: Minimum 3 new holes Golf und Country Club Leinetal e.V. Germany
New 18+ hole golf course Schloss Moyland Golfresort Germany
New 9 hole golf course Golfclub Schloss Lütetsburg Germany
Additional 9 holes, existing course Golfclub an der Pinnau e.V. Germany
Additional 9 holes, existing course Golf Club Treudelberg Germany
New 18+ hole golf course Golf Valley München Germany
New 18+ hole golf course Arosa Golf Resort Warnemünde Germany
New 18+ hole golf course National Golf Resort Klaipeda Lithuania
Major work: Other redevelopment work of a minimum 9 holes Golf Club Hanau Germany
Major work: Other redevelopment work of a minimum 9 holes Hamburger Golf Club Falkenstein Germany
Additional 9 holes, existing course Golf Club Syke Germany
Major work: Minimum 3 new holes Golf Club Wendlohe Germany
Major work: Minimum 3 new holes Westlicher Golfclub Recklinghausen Germany
New 18+ hole golf course Golf Park Strelasund Germany
New 9 hole golf course Golf Range Bremen Germany
Major work: Minimum 3 new holes Golf & Landclub Hittfeld Germany
Major work: Minimum 3 new holes Atalaya Golf & Country Club Spain
Major work: Rebuilding of minimum 9 greens Golf Club An der Pinnau Germany
Short course/par 3 Golfresort Hardenberg Germany
Major work: Rebuilding of minimum 9 greens Golf Club Gatow Germany
New 9 hole golf course Gut Apeldör Audi Course Germany
Additional 9 holes, existing course Golf Club Lohersand Germany
New 18+ hole golf course Golf Gleidingen Germany
Additional 9 holes, existing course Schloss Breitenburg Germany
New 18+ hole golf course Gut Düneburg Germany
New 18+ hole golf course Gut Deinster Mühle Germany
New 18+ hole golf course Gut Apeldör Germany
New 18+ hole golf course Pont Royal en Provence France
Major work: Minimum 3 new holes Valderrama Golf Club Spain
Golf Course Design
Sustainability