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Jeff Danner


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Jeffrey Danner's journey in Golf Course Architecture has taken him all over the world. His unwavering ardor for propelling the game's growth and fostering inclusivity has remained steadfast throughout his career.

Jeff previously held esteemed positions with Richardson | Danner Golf Course Architects (now Forrest Richardson Golf Course Architects) and Greg Norman Golf Course Design. His professional trajectory also encompassed pivotal roles at other distinguished firms, including Golfplan and Lohmann Golf Designs.

Jeffrey has influenced a series of globally acclaimed new construction and renovation projects spanning multiple continents. His exposure to diverse environmental, social, and economic conditions and landscapes across over 30 countries has enriched his design perspective. Each project undertaken with Jeffrey's involvement is underpinned by a bespoke approach, seamlessly aligning with the client's distinct goals and objectives while introducing custom design solutions that leverage the unique potential of each site.

A holder of a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign, Jeffrey's academic pursuits also encompassed an Independent Study dedicated to Sustainable Golf Course Architecture. Further advancing his education, he earned a Post Graduate Diploma in Golf Course Architecture from the European Institute of Golf Course Architects (EIGCA). During his European sojourn, he meticulously studied some of the oldest and most distinguished golf courses throughout the British Isles.

Jeffrey is among only four Golf Course Architects globally to be honored with dual membership in the American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA) and the European Institute of Golf Course Architects (EIGCA). He is accredited as a Professional Landscape Architect (PLA) licensed in California, Arizona, and Florida. His status as a Member of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) further underscores his professional acumen and devotion to his craft.

Jeffrey also continues to mentor aspiring Golf Course Architects at the college, graduate, and entry level, while contributing to the ASGCA's Education Committee and the EIGCA's Sustainability Committee.

Amid his illustrious journey, Jeffrey's adoration for the sport remains unswerving, continually propelling him toward mastery on the golf course.

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Member Details

Jeff Danner
EIGCA Member Since:
Pangaea Golf Architecture
Co-Founder / American Director
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Continued Professional Development (CPD)

Member’s Projects

Work Course Country
New 18+ hole golf course The Shark Club (Formerly The Diplomat) United States
Major work: Other redevelopment work of a minimum 9 holes Meadowbrook Farms Golf Club United States
Major work: Other redevelopment work of a minimum 9 holes Biwako Country Club Japan
Additional 9 holes, existing course KN Golf Links (Oasis Course) Vietnam
Major work: Other redevelopment work of a minimum 9 holes Talis Park Golf Club United States
Major work: Other redevelopment work of a minimum 9 holes The Golf Club at Lansdowne United States
New 18+ hole golf course Samsun Municipal Metropolitan Golf Club Turkey
New 9 hole golf course M3M Golf Estate India
New 9 hole golf course Sunray Beach India
New 18+ hole golf course Ayala Southlinks Golf Club Philippines
Short course/par 3 Links Learning Center at Randall Oaks Golf Club United States
Golf Course Design
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