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Jemsek Golf Design



Indian Oaks Golf Club 

Just west of Chicago, Indian Oaks Golf Club is a privately owned golf course available to member and the public. The nine hole plays across rolling terrain over looking Lake Shabbona.  Jemsek Golf Design has worked with the owner since to 2018 to make improvements and rebuild elements of the course. 


Country Club de Barrnquilla
Country Club de Barranquilla

On the Northern coast of South America, overlooking the Caribbean Sea, the Country Club de Barranquilla is a private club founded in 1926. Jemsek Golf Design has worked with the club since to 2011 to create and implement a Master Plan of Improvements.


Woodmont Country Club
Woodmont Country Club

Enjoyable, beautiful, and playable are the main ingredients at Woodmont CC. After new ownership purchased the club, Jemsek Golf Design was hired to rebuild the Pines course and make other improvements to the 18 hole Cypress Course.   


Cuajaral Club Barranquilla
caujaral Club

The front nine at Caujaral Club plays from a high bluff towards an expansive lake. Numerous holes run alongside the lake, and hole five plays from an island tee to an island green. The back nine offers greater topographical changes, and has views of both the city of Barranquilla and the Caribbean Sea.



11   /   06   /   2019

After attending the ASGCA forward tee synopsis in the fall of 2018 at the Pinehurst resort, I came back convinced that golf course owners/memberships that are not considering forward tee options under 5000 yards are ignoring a growing segment of the game.


02   /   05   /   2018

Jemsek Golf Design has been hired by the club to lead work on the Pines and Cypress nine at Woodmont – both of which were originally designed by Robert Von Hagge in the 1970s.


01   /   23   /   2014

"Originally designed by architect Joe Lee, the course is one of the most celebrated in South America.

Joe Jemsek of Jemsek Golf Design spoke to GCA about the project, one that is close to his heart….”