As a member of the ASGCA and the owner of Herfort Norby Golf Course Architects, Kevin has been involved with more than 100 golf course projects throughout the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean. Whether designing a new course or restoring a golden-age classic, he takes pride in his ability to find creative solutions that fit the style and heritage of the course rather than leaving his own personal signature on a course.
Kevin is likely best known for his unique approach to master planning which helps owners differentiate their course in the local market in order to increase membership and improve revenue. Kevin's passion for the game of golf and his hands-on approach, combined with nearly three decades of experience, has earned him a reputation for creating golf courses that are fun to play and financially viable.
Kevin has a particular interest in the "golden age" classics and has worked on courses originally routed by the masters such as Donald Ross, Seth Raynor, A.W. Tillinghast, Thomas Bendelow, John Foulis, Jr., Thomas Vardon, Ted Robinson and Paul Coates.
The cornerstones of Kevin's design philosophy include strategy and shot-making, respect for the environment, enjoyment of the game and fiscal sustainability. As a result, Kevin has received numerous awards including 2017 Golf Inc. international runner-up for "Best New Golf Course Redevelopment" for Coal Creek Golf Course in Colorado and the 2009 Golf Inc. runner-up "Best New Course" and Top 10 Best New Course by Links Magazine and Golf Digest for The Preserve on Rathbun Lake in Iowa. Other recent projects include The Harmon Course at Floridian National in Florida, Sunbird Golf Club in Arizona, Bakker Crossing Golf Course in South Dakota and Stillwater Country Club in Minnesota.