We take an environmentally sensitive approach in all of our work. We seek to find positive relationships and operational benefit to these sustainable solutions.
We appreciate nuance and subtlety and admire grandeur and majesty. We see golf course architecture as an opportunity to establish an exceptional interaction between man and the natural environment while solving cultural, environmental or engineering requirements.
Martin Design embraces principles that allow us to preserve, restore and improve the natural environment while providing our clientele with highly functional, economically successful and environmentally sustainable golf courses. If our work can mitigate, or even improve the local ecology, the result is better… for everyone
The Preserve at Oak Meadows
Wood Dale/Addison, Illinois
Salt Creek Rehabilitation, stream-bank restoration, water quality improvements, wetland enhancements, storm-water management & flood capacity improvements, upland and woodland habitat restoration / enhancements.
GOLF DIGEST 2017 GREEN STAR AWARD WINNER
GREEN SPORTS ALLIANCE INNOVATION AWARD
ASGCA DESIGN/ENVIRONMENTAL EXCELLENCE
Coyote Run Golf Course
Homewood Flossmoor Park District
Significant stormwater management as part of a full renovation of a 27 hole golf course. More than 80 Ac/ft of additional stormwater management added to protect downstream communities. Wetland creation, buffer swales and upland prairie restoration included.
Wilmette Golf Club
Storm-water management improvements, water quality enhancements, wetland/wetland shelf and buffer swale incorporation, drainage improvements all producing a more golfer and community sustainable golf course.
ASGCA DESIGN EXCELLENCE
Wild Ridge at Mill Run
Eau Claire, Wisconsin
New wetland incorporation, significant prairie restoration, water quality enhancements.
Cottage Grove, Wisconsin
Koshkanong Creek buffer strategies, wetland enhancements, native/prairie restorations.
Whitetail Ridge Golf Club
Integrated stormwater management for residential golf course community. Wetland incorporation, water quality buffer systems, native plantings,