Founded in 1997 with offices in Scottsdale, Arizona and Hanoi Vietnam; Schmidt-Curley is a full-service, international golf course architecture and master planning firm with more than 150 layouts in 25 countries. The company is responsible for crafting 10 of the 12 courses at Mission Hills Shenzhen – the ‘World’s Largest Golf Club’ – and all 10 golf courses at Mission Hills Haikou Resort on Hainan Island.
Other high profile, award-winning projects include: the 54-hole Stone Forest in Kunming, China; Bali Hai and Siena Golf Clubs in Las Vegas; Siam Country Club in Thailand; Amata Spring Golf Club in Thailand (four-time host of the PGA European Tour's Royal Trophy); Terra Lago Golf Club in Indio, California (site of the Skins Game from 1999 - 2002); Wilderness Club in Montana; and Crosby National Golf Club in Rancho Santa Fe, California. Recent work includes numerous projects in Vietnam, including FLC courses in Quy Nhon, Ha Long Bay and Quang Binh as well as Myotha National in Mandalay, Myanmar.
Schmidt-Curley has also worked extensively with golf's biggest signature names - including Pete Dye, Nick Faldo, Jack Nicklaus and Fred Couples on numerous high-profile projects. They have been named the #1 Golf Course Architect in Asia for seven years straight by Asian Golf magazine and were Golf magazine’s 2011 Architect of the Year. Golf Inc. magazine has named them the fourth most influential architect in the world.