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United States
Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia

Georgia Institute of Technology, BS Civil Engineering (1973)
MS Civil Engineering (1980)

North America

825 Greens Ave.
Winter Park, FL 32789-3344

Mike Dasher has 35 years of experience in golf course architecture, completing more than 50 new courses. The majority of his work is in the southeastern United States, although he has also completed projects in Texas, Pennsylvania, and Puerto Rico. Mike believes that for a course to be considered great, it must appeal to and challenge a wide range of skill levels. Strategic incorporation of hazards, be they sand, water, wind, uneven lies, or trees, and longer and safer routes to each green are hallmarks of his designs. He also believes that great courses should be able to be maintained to a high standard of maintenance at a minimal cost. A civil engineer by training, Mike understands that good drainage is crucial to high-quality maintenance. Also included in his portfolio are award-winning renovations such as Orange Lake Country Club Reserve Course (Joe Lee, original architect) outside Orlando. Mike recently worked on a major stormwater retrofit project that included the renovation of the 1920s-era Dubsdread Golf Course (Tom Bendelow, original architect) for the city of Orlando.

Eagle Dunes Golf Club
Sorrento, Florida

Bentwater Golf Club
Acworth, Georgia

Highlands Reserve Golf Club
Davenport, Florida

North Shore Golf Club
Orlando, Florida

Traditions of Braselton Golf Club
Braselton, Georgia

Southern Trace
Shreveport, Louisiana

The Reserve at Orange Lake Resort
Harmony, Florida

Harmony Golf Preserve
Orlando, Florida

Olde Atlanta Club
Duluth, Georgia

Dubsdread Golf Course
Orlando, Florida