Born in Louisville (Kentucky) and raised in Indiana, Nathan knew at a young age that he wanted to design golf courses for a living. Though no one in his family played golf, at the young age of 11, Nathan designed and built a three-hole par-3 golf course on his parents' land where--with the assistance of Jack Nicklaus's "Golf My Way" book--he taught himself how to play the game. After four years of varsity golf in high school, Nathan attended Mississippi State University where he earned a degree from the PGA of America's prestigious Professional Golf Management (PGM) program as well as a B.A. in Business Administration with a Major in Marketing.
Nathan has been designing new courses and renovating existing courses for more than two decades and has garnered a number of awards for his work, including Golf Digest's "Best New Affordable Public Course in America" for Copper Mill Golf Club north of Baton Rouge, Golf Inc Magazine's "#3 Best Public Renovation in America" for his renovation of Ole Miss Golf Club in Oxford, Mississippi, and a 2017 "Design Excellence Award" as voted on by his fellow ASGCA members for his design of the University of Southern Mississippi's Practice Facility at Hattiesburg CC. His clients cover a wide spectrum from municipalities, state agencies, and private clubs to PGA Tour stops, university courses, and even the US Air Force! Nathan uses his experience in golf course management and design to continually exceed the expectations of his clients who are seeking to maximize the potential of their project--and their budget.
Nathan is also a published author, member of the Golf Writers Association of America (GWAA), and was the voice of the airline pilot in the independent film "Invisible World." He and his wife have three children and live north of the Mississippi Gulf Coast in beautiful south Mississippi, where Nathan is able to serve clients throughout the southeast and beyond.