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Peter Harradine is the Managing Director and the senior architect of Harradine Golf with overall responsibility and supervision of all Harradine projects. He has personally designed and co-designed over 160 golf courses in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Peter is building on his father's considerable legacy and is renowned for providing clients with high quality golf courses that are not only sustainable but enjoyable for players of all standards.
 
 
 

Götz Mecklenburg graduated from Munich University with a degree in landscape architecture and is the Managing Director of Harradine Golf in Germany. Götz has a long experience in the design and construction supervision of golf courses in Germany and other neighbouring countries.

 
 
 

Matt Osborne joined the Harradine team after graduating with a MSc. in Golf Course Architecture from the University of Edinburgh in 2006. Previously Matt worked in Canada as a landscape architect in both the public and private sectors where he managed and worked on a number of award winning projects. His undergraduate degree was a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from the University of Guelph.

 

Matt has played golf since the age of 10 which combined with his work experience and educational background has helped him to develop a keen insight and knowledge towards sustainable golf course design and construction.

 
 
 

Peter's eldest son Michael graduated as a landscape architect at the HSR Hochschule fuer Technik in Rapperswil (Switzerland). A degree in that profession is certainly one of the obligatory pre-requisites to become a good golf course architect. Michael was a very good tennis player but to Peter's great delight he abandoned tennis and started playing golf. Peter insisted that he should not spend much time on the golf course as his schooling and degree were definitely a priority. Very few golfers make it to the top so it was more important to obtain a degree first. After playing on the amateur circuit for 5 years during which time he played off a handicap of +3 and was part of the Swiss National team, Michael has finally joined the company full time. Just imagine a golf course architect who is a good golfer with an appropriate education, heritage and background!

 
 
 

Johnny Stenegärd is a 36 years old Swede from the island of Gotland in the Baltic Sea where he started playing golf at Gumbalde GC. Johnny worked in various branches of the golf industry such as maintenance, construction and teaching before and after pursuing his academic studies between 1989-2002 which culminated in an Msc in Golf Course Architecture from Heriott Watt University in Edinburgh. With his broad background and his golfing handicap of 3, he has developed a great understanding of the game and the people who play it.


Johnny joined Harradine Golf in 2006 and was responsible for many golf course designs and the supervision of the construction of Emaar's Uptown Cairo project up to the middle of November 2015.


Johnny is now the Harradine Golf Construction Supervisor at Dubai Legends project.

 
 
 
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