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Mid-America Golf and Landscape

Business Development Timeline

1993

Mid-America Golf and Landscape was founded in 1993 in Lee's Summit, Missouri. In the early years various golf course projects were commissioned primarily in the Midwest region of the United States. The company completed a wide variety of golf projects including irrigation and drainage projects.

1997

By 1997, Mid-America Golf and Landscape was now working on one to two new golf course construction projects a year; the company had expanded into a few new regions of the US. By the end of the year, Mid-America Golf and Landscape had completed 5 new golf construction projects since opening for business in 1993.

1999-2003

In April of 1999, Mid-America Golf and Landscape became an Associate member of the Golf Course Builders Association of America. During this period Mid-America Golf and Landscape was commissioned to begin construction on several new construction projects in Texas. In September of 2002, Mid-America Golf and Landscape became a Certified Builder member of the GCBAA and by the end of the year had expanded its completed projects list to a total of 15.

2004-2006

In 2004, Rick Boylan was elected to the GCBAA Board of Directors. Work was underway for a new Nick Faldo Signature Course located in Hutchinson, Kansas, as well as the company’s first project in Cleveland, Ohio, with The First Tee. The First Tee project designed by IMG: International Management Design, was one of two landfill reclamation projects undertaken by Mid-America Golf and Landscape in 2004. The second was a landfill located in Norfolk, Virginia and it became a picturesque golf facility called Lamberts Point. In February 2006, Mid-America Golf and Landscape was recognized for our work on Lamberts Point when we were presented with the Affinity Award for the “best environmental project.” Now after 13 years in business, Mid-America Golf and Landscape has built 25 new golf courses projects in 8 different states and has completed a wide range of renovation projects.


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