Trey Kemp is a Golf Course Architect with Kimley-Horn and Associates in the Dallas – Fort Worth metroplex. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Geography and Planning from Texas State University and a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from the University of Texas at Arlington.
Prior to his time at Kimley-Horn, Trey worked for two other golf course design firms. He got his start working as a Design Associate for Jacobson Golf Course Design in Libertyville, IL under the watchful eye of Rick Jacobson, ASGCA and Doug Myslinski, ASGCA. There, he was involved with all phase of the design process on new construction and renovation projects across the country. After three years with Jacobson Golf Course Design, Trey became a Senior Golf Course Architect at Colligan Golf Design in Arlington, TX. There he worked under John Colligan, ASGCA for 13 years and was involved in many award-winning renovation and restoration projects.
Trey has a very well-rounded golf background that includes 17 years of experience working as a Golf Course Architect on over 100 projects in 15 states across the country. His golf experience also includes three and a half years as an Assistant Golf Professional at Onion Creek Club in Austin, Texas and also worked on the maintenance crew at Dallas National Golf Club while in graduate school.
Trey is an active member in several other golf organizations such as the United State Golf Association (USGA), Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA), Texas Golf Association (TGA), The Tillinghast Association and is a founding member of the Perry Maxwell Society.