Bill Bergin has been involved in the planning and design of over 50 projects. Highlighting his completed designs are The Club at Foxland Harbor, on Old Hickory Lake near Nashville, named as one of Golfweek's 2009 Best New Courses; Heritage Plantation, in Laurel Hill, Florida, selected as Golf Digest's 5th Best New Public/Resort Course in the US for 2008; Chariot Run, Golfweek's #3 Best Course You Can Play in Indiana; Mirimichi, Justin Timberlake's eco-friendly golf course and Golfweek's #1 Best Course You Can Play in Tennessee; and Chattanooga Golf & Country Club, an acclaimed Donald Ross restoration along the Tennessee River in Chattanooga. During Bill's competitive days, he played in excess of 250 professional tournaments worldwide, including three U.S. Opens, two British Opens and over 50 PGA Tour events. Competing in major championships and teaching golfers of all abilities, has given him an astute awareness into the strategic quality of a golf course and how it affects all players.