Duininck Golf recently announced the promotion of Sam Duininck to director of business development and the opening a new office in Atlanta. The moves follow a successful year and align with the company’s strategic growth plan and core values to promote from within.
Duininck Companies started in 1926 as a heavy civil construction company in Prinsburg, Minnesota, and has grown into a family-owned business that has completed projects across the United States. Fourth-generational family members are now involved in the company. Duininck Golf developed in the early 1990s and is one of the most recognized golf course builders in the country with expertise in new construction, course remodeling and irrigation system installation.
“As a family-owned company, we’ve always believed that developing young talent and promoting from within is paramount to our success,” said Judd Duininck, general manager of Duininck Golf and President of the GCBAA. “Sam has been in the field working on projects the last several years and this experience will be invaluable in his new role.”
Offices in Minnesota, Texas and Atlanta allow Duininck to leverage its expertise in all facets of golf course construction with expanded regional resources to provide strong service and attention to detail to its growing list of clients.
“One of Duininck Golfs core values is “Mind the Gap.” We must have the mindset of continual improvement along with striving daily to be the best in our industry,” Judd Duininck said. “We at Duininck Golf are excited about Sam’s new position. With Sam’s experience in the field and his passion for customer service this new role aligns with the Duininck value of servant leadership.”
Sam Duininck earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing and MBA from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.
“It’s an honor to take on these new responsibilities and I am excited to help expand the Duininck Golf footprint and serve Georgia and the Southeast,” Sam Duininck said. “I’ve spent the last several years in the field and look forward to working closely with golf course superintendents, architects, consultants, and other industry professionals.”