Kipp Schulties Golf Design to lead renovation of Riviera CC course
Golf Course Architecture - April 14, 2015
A renovation of the Donald Ross-designed course at the Riviera Country Club in Coral Gables, Florida, is underway. Kipp Schulties Golf Design has been brought in to lead the design work, and will work alongside QGS Development, a course development firm, and Buzz Jaskela Landscape Architects to carry out the project.
Riviera CC Announces $8 Million Course Renovation
Club & Resort Business - April 10, 2015
Beginning April 13, Riviera Country Club will embark on its most ambitious golf course renovation to date, the Coral Gables, Fla. property has announced. The $8 million, eight-month modernization will deliver one of the most modern and unique golf course designs in South Florida, the club says, featuring dramatic elevation changes and the addition of nearly three acres of lakes, among other updates.
Riviera Country Club to undergo $8 million renovation
South Florida Business Journal - April 10, 2015
Riviera Country Club in Coral Gables will launch construction to renovate its golf course next week. The $8 million renovation will include the addition of a 2-acre lake, a half-acre lake, rebuilt greens up to U.S. Golf Association specifications and replanted fairways that will be changed to enhance games on the course.
The hottest golf course designer in South Florida chooses the road less
traveled to carve out a hard-earned name for himself.
Boca Raton Magazine - February 2015
When the exclusive membership at High Ridge Country Club reviewed the proposed alterations to their beloved 18-hole tract in Lantana, only seven of the more than 100 people in the room voted against the renovations envisioned by golf course designer Kipp Schulties.
The Most Active Architects - Renovations over $1 million
Golf, Inc. - April 2012
Kippp Schulties cut his teeth with Fred Couples and Gene Bates, but has since made a name for himself, with most of his active projects in Florida.
Aesthetic Enhancement - Addison Reserve Country Club
Florida Golf Central - Volume 12, Issue 8
Addison Reserve Country Club in Delray Beach, an exclusicve golf and tennis community of 718 luxury single-family homes, is pleased to announce the completion of its newly renovated award-winning golf course. As part of the recent $18 million Clubhouse expansion and renovation project, the golf courses have undergone extensive fairway and rough improvements such as new turf and aesthetic enhancements...
Golf Course Architect Kipp Schulties Redefines Renovation
By Craig Dolch - February 23, 2012
The busiest golf course designer in the U.S. these days isn’t Jack Nicklaus or Greg Norman, not Rees Jones or Arthur Hills, nor Tom Fazio or Arnold Palmer. While these Hall of Fame movers of the earth look for work in South America and wait for the China market to re-open and the global economy to pick up, the busiest course designer in America is enjoying the best years of his career.
Jupiter's Schulties stays busy in golf course design
Palm 2 Jupiter - December 2010
Virtually every top golf course architect is doing less work in the U.S. these days because of the recession. But one designer bucking this trend is Jupiter's Kipp Schulties...
Mother Knows Best
Jupiter Magazine - February 2010
There are two ways to become a successful golf course designer. One is to be a world-class golfer such as Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer or Gary Player. The other is to listen to your mother.
Where Golf Reigns Supreme
Links Magazine - September 2009
With a rich history beginning nearly 40 years ago, Quail Ridge Country Club set a new standard for the south Florida country club communities to come.
Best New Courses / Best Remodel
Golf Digest - December 2008
Mayacoo Lakes Country Club rated as one of Golf Digest's top ten redesigned golf courses in 2008.
Golf's New Breed of Architects
Golf, Inc. - April 2003
Kipp Schulties (at age 34) was recognized by Golf, Inc. Magazine as one of the top five designers classified as the "Next Generation of Great Golf Course Architects" - recoginition within the industry that only is presented once every 5 years.