Todd began his golf course architecture career in 1996 when he graduated with a BLA in Landscape Architecture from Ball State University and joined the firm of Lohmann Golf Designs, Inc, as a design apprentice. Over the last two decades with LGD, he has completed a half-dozen new course designs and over 150 renovation projects of various size while advancing to Senior Project Manager and Lead Designer for the firm. Lauded for its balance of artistry and practicality, Todd's nationally acclaimed renovation work continues to improve the quality and viability of existing golf courses while embracing community and environmental connections and the growth of the game. For these outstanding efforts, Todd has been recognized by numerous local and national organizations, including Golf Inc. magazine's Renovation of the Year (2004, 2005, 2010, 2012) and the ASGCA's Design Excellence Award (2014).
Since joining the ASGCA in 2010, Todd has continued to grow as a professional while serving the organization in numerous capacities. He is currently a member of the Board of Governors, acting Chair of the Golf Tournament Committee, Website Development Committee, and a contributor to the Education Committee. Todd has been invited on numerous occasions as a seminar speaker on a variety of golf design subjects, including:
ASGCA's Remodeling University
Golf and Water: How the Game is Working for Communities and the Environment
Mixed-Use Golf Developments
Current Trends and Innovations in Golf Course Design and Construction
Growing the Game of Golf: Short Course Development
Balancing Old and New School Approaches to Renovation
Can Smarter Renovation Cost You Less in the Long Run?
Storm Water Management on Golf Courses
From Stigma to Competitive Edge: Shattering an Image