Fazio History

Fazio Design

Fazio Golf Design and Consulting was founded in 1982 by the legendary golf course designer and golf course architect, Tom Fazio. His vision for the company was to provide golf course development, design, and construction services to help create some of the world’s most beautiful and playable golf courses.

Since its inception, Fazio Golf Design and Consulting has become one of the world’s most respected and sought-after golf course design and consulting firms. Tom Fazio and his team have worked with some of the world’s most elite golf course developers, owners, and operators to create impressive, award-winning golf courses.

Fazio Golf Design and Consulting has designed over 200 golf courses across the United States and around the world. The firm’s portfolio includes a host of award-winning projects, such as the iconic Shadow Creek Golf Course in Las Vegas, the Sanctuary Golf Club in Florida, and the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai in Hawaii.

The company has also consulted on some of the most famous golf courses in the world, including Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill, and Torrey Pines. Fazio Golf Design and Consulting is renowned for its expertise in designing and constructing golf courses that are both challenging and aesthetically pleasing.

Nature’s Canvas Sculpted into Perfection

Tom Fazio, renowned for his breathtaking golf course designs, has consistently crafted masterpieces that transcend the ordinary. His courses are not just playing fields; they are symphonies of nature, blending seamlessly with the landscape. Fazio’s meticulous attention to detail and innovative design elements create a harmonious balance between challenge and beauty. Golf enthusiasts and professionals alike marvel at his ability to elevate the golfing experience, making each round an immersive journey through meticulously manicured greens, strategically placed hazards, and awe-inspiring vistas. Fazio’s stunning designs stand as testaments to his unparalleled vision and enduring impact on the world of golf course architecture.