Alfred H. Tull

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1897-1982

Alfred H. Tull made the move to the United States from England in 1914, at the age of young age of 17. His first job was with a construction firm that supervised the building of courses of famous architects such as Walter Travis, A.W. Tillinghast and Devereux Emmet. Alfred, and his brother William, also at this time handled designs on their own.

Alfred moved on from the construction firm and became an Associate, then full partner for Devereux Emmet. After Emmet died in 1934, Tull decided to enter private practice as a golf course architect.

As Alfred began his own design firm, he became noted for his ability to create individual holes without looking at a topographical plan. This type of creativity allowed Tull to have a very successful career as a golf course architect.

Alfred was elected into the ASGCA as a new member in 1963 and later nominated as a Fellow in 1967. He remained a member until his death in 1982.

Norbeck Country Club
Rockville, Maryland

Bethpage State Park Golf Course (Yellow Course)
Farmingdale, New York

Ash Brooke Golf Course
Scotch Plains, New Jersey

Cape Cod Country Club
East Falmouth, New Jersey

Pine Ridge Golf Club
Coram, New York