Ian Gannon heads the Ireland Branch of Harrison Minchew Golf Course Architecture, located in Roscommon, Ireland.
Since majoring in civil engineering at Trinity College in Dublin, and graduating from the University of Lancashire with a degree in Agronomy, Ian Gannon has worked throughout the world as a project manager in the golf course construction business.
Gannon served his apprenticeship with MacCurrach Golf Construction of Jacksonville, Florida, working with renowned golf architects such as Pete Dye and Tom Fazio, notably at Harbour Town Golf Links and at TPC Sawgrass.
He has subsequently worked on new developments throughout Europe, Russia and Africa, including the spectacular Arnold Palmer designed Vignoly Golf Resort, Paris, France; Zhailyau Golf Resort in Kazakhstan, and the K-Club, Ireland - site of the 2006 Ryder Cup matches.
Ian's impressive international record demonstrates his ability to consistently deliver the highest standards of golf courses in any environment around the globe. With his "can do" attitude and highly honed organizational skills, Ian Gannon's innate love of golf, golf course architecture and his extensive knowledge garnered through years of hands-on experience, assure that every Harrison Minchew Golf Architecture Project that originates from the Ireland Office will exceed every expectation.