Our partners

We are delighted to have Keith Rhebb and Riley Johns as development partners of Shorehill Analytics. Our strategic alliance has been formed through a shared desire to explore how technology can assist and enhance the provision of engaging and sustainable golf for players of all standards, and Keith and Riley will continue to help us enhance and refine our platform moving forward. Rhebb & Johns are experts in their field and have worked on many of the highest profile projects of the last decade including; Winter Park, Streamsong Red, The Sheep Ranch, Cabot Cliffs, 'The Bootlegger’ at Forest Dunes, master planning work for Canterbury GC and the highly successful restoration of the 6th hole at Rolling Green GC (to name just a few!). Their clients will be able to benefit from a closer working relationship with Shorehill, first access to new features and best rates for our services. Our independent clients may also benefit from the expertise of Riley and Keith who can be called upon to help create and execute plans to enhance their golf course using our data as a platform for decision-making.

We are honoured to be associated with Riley and Keith and we look forward to working with them over the coming years. More information on Rhebb & Johns can be found at www.rhebbandjohns.com and enquiries about joint projects should be directed toward harry@shorehillgolf.com.

Richard Mandell is a multi award-winning architect with over 30 years of experience in the profession. His works include new designs in China and the United States alongside countless renovation and redesign projects. He carries a wealth of knowledge on architectural history and practices, and has earned a reputation for his incredibly thorough and detailed research and planning. Richard has been entrusted with restoration projects on historic courses including designs by; Tom Bendelow, A.W. Tillinghast, Stanley Thompson and Robert Trent Jones. He has also worked on 12 Donald Ross courses to date, and authored an extensive account of the development of golf within the Carolina Sandhills, home to some of Ross’ finest work. Richard has a particular love for the work of H.S. Colt and we hope that our transatlantic partnership will allow him to put his wealth of knowledge on Colt into practice working in Europe.

We had the pleasure of first meeting Richard at an ASGCA Symposium in Pinehurst in 2018; Richard’s knowledge and generosity made an immediate impression and we are thrilled to have the opportunity to work alongside him on future projects. More information on Richard and his team can be found at www.golf-architecture.com and enquiries about joint projects should be directed toward harry@shorehillgolf.com.