Greg Letsche developed a love for golf at an early age, playing competitively and working at his local golf course as a caddie and maintenance crew member. After graduating from Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agronomy, Greg remained in the golf world, working in sales of golf–related products and as an assistant golf course superintendent.
Through his internships and work experiences, Greg soon discovered that his true passion was in golf course architecture. His positions had helped him understand the intricate parts of shaping and maintaining a golf course. With this knowledge in hand, Greg excelled in his role with Jack Nicklaus Design, where he spent 15 years as a Senior Design Associate.
Today Greg holds the same title with Ernie Els Design, which he joined full–time in late 2005. In his career as a professional golf course architect, Greg has been instrumental in the design of many courses worldwide, including: Gardener Ross, Pretoria, South Africa; The Els Club, Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Cabo del Sol, Los Cabos, Mexico; and Ritz-Carlton and The Bear's Club, Jupiter, Florida.