Welcome to Fry/Straka

Worldwide Reach   |   Environmental Focus   |   Award-Winning Designs

After working together for over 20 years, golf course architects Dana Fry and Jason Straka formed Fry/Straka Global Golf Course Design in 2012.  This partnership continues to provide limitless opportunities for clients around the globe to have their needs met through the collective design experience, talent, and renowned dedication to excellence that Fry and Straka offer.  Leaders in the specialty of golf course design with an environmental emphasis, the duo delivers award-winning designs with first class service.

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News and Information

Authoring the history and future of Erin Hills in Wisconsin
  • Golf Channel

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel sports columnist Gary D’Amato reported on the tumultuous history of U.S. Open site Erin Hills explains what the future holds for the venue and Wisconsin golf.

  • Mo' Golf - BuffaloGolfer.com

Check out the original article from BuffaloGolfer.com HERE Dana Fry and Jason Straka have worked together for many years in the golf architecture business. Fry and Dr. Michael Hurdzan formed an extraordinarily successful partnership for a long time, before Hurdzan/Hurdzan and Fry/Straka became separate entities. 2017 will witness the debut of Erin Hills golf course, […]

Erin Hills Set to Redefine American Major Venue

Erin Hills wasn’t constructed to host a major golf championship. It was built for it long before man even walked its grounds. Now, on the verge of hosting its biggest tournament, the 2017 U.S. Open, the public golf course in southeastern Wisconsin is ready for its largest audience. Just beginning its second decade of play, […]

The Making of a U.S. Open Course: Six Part Series
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - Gary D'Amato

How this intoxicating patch of land came to be Erin Hills, site of golf’s prestigious U.S. Open next month, is a story filled with drama and conflict, triumph and tragedy. But it started with a small ad in the newspaper.