Lennie Myshrall has been building golf courses even since he was hired to clear the fairways at Sable Oaks in 1988, a task he enjoyed so much that he stuck around to help build the greens, tees, and drainage system. Since then, he has gone on to build or add on to more than a dozen courses throughout New England and New York.

Myshrall spent the first ten years of his career as a subcontractor to Vinnie Bartlett at Fall Brook Landscaping, working courses such as Cyprian Keyes and the Links at Hiawatha.

He truly made a name for himself the great flood of 1997, when nineteen inches of rain fell on the partially completed Nonesuch River Golf Course. He rebuilt several holes that had been completely washed out and had the course ready to open the next year.

Next up was The Ledges, where he turned a challenging site riddled with granite into a course that ended up on the national radar. This project was followed by the construction of the back nine at Boothbay Harbor, which had been acquired by Harris Golf.

In 1999 Myshrall closed in on his dream of designing a golf course when he partnered with Ed Michaud, Paul Lessard, and Ken Sullivan to purchase the 240 acres of land that would become Fox Ridge Golf Club. The rolling topography of this former farm proved to be a perfect canvas for Myshrall's debut. The course opened in 2001, was immediately recognized as one of the best courses in the state, and hosted the Maine Open from 2006 to 2008.

Wayne Lavers began his golf construction career at Old Marsh, stumping fairways in 1985 for a project that would not bear fruit until 20 years later. A few years later, he came under the tutelage of Vinnie Bartlett on the Sable Oaks site, where he worked on drainage and bunkers.

In the construction boom of the late 1980s, Wayne worked on Passaconaway, The Shattuck, Lake Winnepesaukee Golf Club, and Shaker Hills.

In 1998 Wayne teamed up with Lennie to complete 32 golf holes across Maine, at Boothbay Country Club, Nonesuch River Golf Club, Sebasco Estates, and Westerly Winds.

Wayne did finish work at Dunegrass and Baker Hill and was involved in all phases of the construction of Fox Ridge.

David Cummings has played around the world as a professional golfer since 1989.

Coming up, he won the Maine Schoolboy Championship, the Maine Junior Championship, and qualified for both the U.S. Junior Amateur and the U.S. Amateur. In 1987, David played for the NJCAA champion Brevard College team. In his last event before turning professional, he was the low amateur at the Maine Open.

David competed on the European Challenge Tour from 1992-1993, the South American Tour from 1994-2001, and the New England Tour from 2002-2006. He has nine victories, including the 1994 Maine Open.

From 2003 to 2008 he worked as an architectural consultant for Harris Golf, acting as a liason between the company and architects such as Geoffrey Cornish, Brian Silva, Robert Trent Jones, Jr., Ty Butler, Arthur Hills, Steve Forrest, Tom Doak, and Bruce Hepner. He also designed the clubhouse at the Sunday River Golf Club for Harris.