in New Zealand, Scott Macpherson benefited from a Turf and Soils education at
New Zealand's Massey University before studying Landscape Architecture at the
University of California, Davis. His golf course design experience in Australia
with Thomson, Wolveridge, and Perrett preceded a relocation to St Andrews in Scotland.
After studying the great links, Scott worked as the on-site architect for the
two courses at the 'Fairmont St Andrews' for the American architect, and former
President of the ASGCA, Denis Griffiths. Scott has written a monthly column, 'Design
Matters', for New Zealand golf magazine The Cut since January 2001. He now lives
in Edinburgh, Scotland and is a principal in Turner Macpherson Golf Design (
with former professional golfer Greg Turner.