Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Hi, my name is Angela Moser. I am a golf course shaper and architect working worldwide. The niche of Designing&Building is very small and makes so much sense for so many reasons. While the normal way is to have prepared detail plans by an architect and then a bidding process, the design&build way is all happening on site. It is like an artist drawing with his pen... I am drawing so to speak with a bulldozer and excavator. It is already a very unique niche, but while there are some regular female golf course architects, I am the only female in the design&build niche.
I have learned from the best golf course architect, Tom Doak and Renaissance Golf Design, and I am still working with them on some amazing projects.
I am starting to get some work on my own now too. This is my target audience! Golfclubs around Europe that want to do a restoration. Existing golf clubs that want to change something that doesn't work. Most of the clients want to do it in-house, which is so much easier working with me, because I can shape and they have very little work left to do fixing it up.
Restoration, renovation, redesign, a new build of golf courses.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
It looks like a stamp... very old
it has a fresh logo
cool way to integrate both words into one logo
my current website is very easy and self-made, but you can look me up: http://www.mosergolf.de or follow me on twitter or Instagram @mosergolf
I would love to get myself better presented in the world of golf course architecture. I am the only female golf architect in the world that is sitting on heavy machines, building her own ideas. That doesn't mean that I want a pink girly logo, but maybe something classy with a touch feminine? I like natural colors as it fits my job working with nature, but it isn't a must.
There are female golfers who were involved in golf course architecture in the 20s like Marion Hollins; Alice Dye who died this year... pretty cool females that I look up to and whom I honor. Their success plowed my carrier, so I love everything about the history of golf. That is probably why I like playing hickory golf. It is so cool and old-school!