Fred Muller

DESIGN ASSOCIATE, PGA PROFESSIONAL, 5-TIME HICKORY OPEN CHAMPION

A graduate of Georgia State University, Fred Muller has been the head golf professional at Crystal Downs Country Club since 1977.

Throughout more than 35 years as a PGA of America Professional, Muller has competed on the USPGA Tour, the Australasian Tour, and the South American PGA Tour. In 1981, he won the Michigan Open at Grand Traverse Resort, near Traverse City.

With a passionate interest in golf architecture, Muller has used his worldly travels as an opportunity to play and study many of the world’s greatest courses. He is today regarded as an authority on the design style and philosophy of legendary golf architect Dr. Alister MacKenzie, who laid-out Crystal Downs during the late 1920s in collaboration with Perry Maxwell.

Muller’s passion for golf, broad range of experience over more than forty years in the game, and his well-respected knowledge of golf design and course operations provide DeVries Designs, Inc. and our clients with an invaluable perspective throughout the golf course development process.

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