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Brigham Young University, BS - Accounting
8040 E. Morgan Trail #18
Scottsdale, AZ 85258
John Fought culminated a successful college golf career at Brigham Young University by winning the 1977 U.S. Amateur. After graduating with a degree in accounting, he turned pro, joined the PGA Tour the following year and won two events in 1979. After several years, he turned to golf course architecture as a career, and in the late 1980s began working with Bob Cupp, eventually running a branch office in Portland, Ore. and serving as Cupp's primary West Coast designer. In 1995 John started John Fought Design in Scottsdale, Ariz. Some of his most recognized designs include The Gallery South Course in Tucson, Ariz.; Langdon Farms in Portland, Ore.; The Reserve Vineyards and Golf Club in Portland, Ore.; and Rush Creek in Minneapolis, site of a 1997 LPGA event.
Oregon putting course from Fought, ASGCA, having "amazing success"
Fought, ASGCA, oversees renovation project at Utah’s Alpine Country Club
Meeting – and exceeding – water & energy conservation standards
Fought, ASGCA, renovates his design at The Reserve in Oregon
Fought, ASGCA, and Fry, ASGCA, provide their perspectives on Augusta National
The Gallery (36 holes)
The Reserve (South Course)
Sand Hollow Resort (27 holes)
Port Orchard, Washington
Black Butte Ranch (Glaze Meadow)
Dallas Country Club
Indian Wells Resort (Players)
Indian Wells, California
Country Club of Jackson
Pine Needles (Ross Restoration)
Southern Pines, North Carolina