Lee Schmidt Elected President of American Society of Golf Course Architects
Lee Schmidt has been appointed to the prestigious role of President of the American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA). Founded in 1946 by Donald Ross, Robert Trent Jones and 12 other distinguished golf course architects, the ASGCA is the oldest professional organisation of golf course designers in America.
“This is a tremendous honour, not just for me but also for Schmidt-Curley Design,” said Schmidt, a Principal at the award-winning Schmidt-Curley Design and a stalwart of the industry for more than 40 years. Schmidt, aged 66, is taking over the ASGCA Presidency from Rick Robbins and will hold the post for one year.