UofG MLA alumnus breaking new ground as a female golf course architect
Christine Fraser combines her passion for the game of golf and with her Master of Landscape Architecture degree and is breaking ground as one of the few women in golf course design.
Having grown up learning to play golf on her family’s golf course and later competing in the NCAA Division One Varsity Golf circuit in Florida, golf has always been a prominent feature in Christine’s journey. In 2014, Christine completed her Master’s degree in Landscape Architecture and subsequently spent five years in England, practicing golf course design under world-renowned architect Dr. Martin Hawtree.
Christine continues to refine her craft by collaborating with tenured architects, most notably partnered with Jeff Mingay. Her profile is featured in the Toronto Star article. More information on Christina’s work can be found on her website Christine Fraser Design.