Brit graduated from the University of Virginia, School of Architecture in 1973. After graduation, he worked for several different entities, including Fauquier County Planning Commission, Rosser Payne and Associates, and Dewberry and Davis, as a land planner and registered landscape architect. He joined the PGA Tour in 1984 as project manager for the TPC at Avenel. In 1986, he became the PGA Tour's director of construction, and then director of design in 1989. In 1991 he joined IMG as director of design, his current position. Brit has designed over 70 courses worldwide, often in partnership with one of IMG's well-known golf clients. Brit has a "least disturbance" design philosophy that takes a sustainable, pro-active environmental approach to the wide variety of sites that he encounters. Brit currently serves on the ASGCA Board of Governors.