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Cornell University, BSS (1990)
Harvard University, MLA (1993)

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925 Fairground St. Suite 100
Plymouth, MI 48170

Picking up the game of golf at age 5, Paul Albanese was a single digit handicapper by the time he was 13 and was fascinated by the great courses he was exposed to in Northern New Jersey, such as Somerset Hills, Baltusrol and Plainfield CC. Paul was recruited by Cornell University to play on the golf team, and he was captain of the team his senior year. Paul received a Bachelor of Science from Cornell University's engineering college, where he specified his studies in environmental and agricultural engineering. His golf team experience at Cornell allowed him to see many classic courses on the East Coast, including the famed Bethpage Black course, where the Ivy Leagues Championships are played every year. After Cornell, Paul went on to Harvard University where he received a Masters in Landscape Architecture. During his tenure at Harvard, he crafted his design curriculum to focus specifically on golf course architecture. Paul also received a prestigious Penny White grant for travel to Scotland to study classic precedents in golf architecture, as well as how the golf landscapes of Scotland function as vital components to its society. Paul is also the Director of Golf Course Architecture at the Edinburgh College of Art in Scotland, which is one of the only Masters level golf course architecture education programs in the world.

Timberstone Golf Course
Iron Mountain, Michigan

Quail Ridge Golf ourse
Ada, Michigan

Hunters Ridge Golf Course
Howell, Michigan

Birchwood Farms Country Club (9 holes)
Harbor Springs, Michigan

Moose Ridge Golf Course
South Lyon, Michigan

Dayton Country Club
Dayton, Ohio

Tam-O-Shanter Country Club
West Bloomfield, Michigan

Holiday Valley Resort
Ellicottville, New York

Meadowbrook Country Club
Racine, Wisconsin

Christiana Creek Country Club
Elkhart, Indiana