American Society of Golf Course Architects selects Trey Kemp as its newest member

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Trey Kemp (Photo courtesy of ASGCA

Trey Kemp (Photo courtesy of ASGCA)

The American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA) welcomed Trey Kemp as a new member.

Kemp, who earned a bachelor’s degree in geography and planning from Texas State University and a master’s degree in landscape architecture from the University of Texas – Arlington will join the ASGCA, who have 175 members practicing throughout the world.

In order to obtain membership in ASGCA candidates complete an application process that includes peer review of representative courses, discussions with project owners and a personal interview to assess the candidate’s professional capabilities.

Kemp began his golf course architecture career as a design associate with Jacobson Golf Design, Libertyville, Ill. There he was able to work with Rick Jacobson and Doug Myslinski of the ASGCA. Kemp spent three years there before being named senior golf course architect at Colligan Golf Design in Arlington, Texas. For the next 13 years, he worked under John Colligan of the ASGCA and was involved in many award-winning renovation and restoration projects. Kemp is a golf course architect with Kimley-Horn and Associates in Fort Worth, Texas.

Kemp has worked on more than a hundred projects in 15 states. His golf experience includes three and a half years as an assistant golf professional, and he worked on the maintenance crew at Dallas National Golf Club while in graduate school. Kemp’s golf coursework portfolio spans across multiple locations throughout Texas.

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