Welcome to the Gallery. Below are images of the locations that Pulley Development & Investments was a big part of, along with a description of the project. If you would like more information please call or email with any questions.


The California Club of San Francisco

The California Club of San Francisco

The California Club of San Francisco, California - 18-hole private. Shaper. Shaped one green, several tees, car paths and tie-in areas.

Tuscan Ridge Golf Club

Tuscan Ridge Golf Cluf

Hole #16, par 3, Tuscan Ridge Golf Club, Chico/Paradise, California. Here is a beautiful par 3, down hill hole, with dramatic scenery of the Sacramento Valley from the lava cap ridge above Chico. This was shaped with no outside dirt imported, and built around the existing lava cap rock. 
Designer: Algie M. Pulley, Jr.

Hyundai Sungwoo Resort
Hyundai Sungwoo Golf Course

Hole #14, par 4, Hyundai Sungwoo Resort, Gangwondo, Korea. Here is a dramatic par 4 under construction in a mountainous site that sweeps across the side of a sweeping meadow. The fairway is split, with an upper and lower landing, before crossing the meadow back up to a "perched" green sitting into the side of the hill before a forest of pines. 
Designer: Robert Trent Jones, II.


Hyundai Sungwoo Golf Course

Hole #15, par 4, Hyundai Sungwoo Resort, Gangwondo, Korea.  This is an example of some completed rock walls for tees, tucked into the side of this mountain.

Hyundai Sungwoo Golf Course

South Course, Hyundai Sungwoo Resort, Gangwondo, Korea. This is a view from the clubhouse of the south course after completion of construction.

Hyundai Sungwoo Golf Course Design

Hole #6, before, during and after construction. South Course, Hyundai Sungwoo Resort, Gangwondo, Korea.

Hyundai Sungwoo Golf Course

Hole #7, before and after construction. South Course, Hyundai Sungwoo Resort, Gangwondo, Korea.

The Resort at Redhawk
Redhawk Resort Golf Course Design

Hole # 5, par 3, The Resort at Red Hawk, Sparks, Nevada.  This is a challenging, long par 3 across a lake, with the green sitting right on the water.  Shaping, irrigation, and finish work have just been completed, and the green is growing in nicely.


Redhawk Resort Sparks Nevada

Hole #6, par 4/5, The Resort at Red Hawk, Sparks, Nevada.  Built to play as a par 4 or par 5, this challenging hole hangs along the water (on right) from tee to green, with a large, dramatic green perched out in the water on a rock wall, almost like an island green.  This a a good example of a rock wall green built before lake level full.




Hole #5, par 3, The Resort at Red Hawk, Sparks, Nevada.  This is an example of a green being built after shaping is completed, and before sand is imported.  This is the gravel blanket placed on top of the green sub grade after drainage is installed.


Redhawk Resort Golf Course

Hole #4, par 5, The Resort at Red Hawk, Sparks, Nevada.  Here we see a good example of a sand bunker, after shaping, being built.  The drainage is installed, and the bunker lining is completed.  This is a center of fairway approach bunker, about 40 yards before the green.


CONTACT:

Jeff Pulley
512.923.3741 office
jeffrey@pulleydevelopment.com

Algie Pulley
925.577.8165 cell
algie@pulleydevelopment.com


   

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