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President & Chief Executive Officer / Principal
Andy Vossler grew up in golf and began his professional career in 1975 as an assistant golf professional at Sugar Creek Country Club in Houston, Texas, after earning a Bachelors in Business/Administration from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas. In 1978, he accepted a position with Landmark Land Company and moved to La Quinta, California to work alongside his father Ernie. It was during these years of the late 1970’s that Andy made a career decision and shifted his focus from golf development and golf operations to what has become a long and successful career in creating value in real estate through innovative and sound real estate business practices.
Andy was instrumental in Landmark’s acquisition of Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, California, the planning and approval process for development of PGA West and the real estate development and operations of La Quinta Hotel Golf & Tennis Resort where he was named President and Project Director. Vossler is a former President of La Quinta’s Chamber of Commerce.
In 1988, Vossler became Project Director for several Landmark master planned communities including the 7,000-acre Oak Valley project in Riverside County, 1,050 and 760 acre projects in San Bernardino County and a 1,070 acre project in Sacramento; his duties included overseeing all phases of design, processing, construction and sales.
Vossler joined Landmark Golf in 1995 as Construction Manager for The Plantation Golf Club in Indio, California. Shortly thereafter, Vossler successfully directed Landmark’s efforts to obtain entitlements in Indio for Landmark Golf Club which opened in 1999 by hosting The Skins Game.
Upon Landmark Golf’s re-involvement with Oak Valley in 1997, Vossler resumed his previous duties with the master planned community. After the project was sold, Vossler relocated to Landmark Golf’s corporate offices in Indian Wells, California and has been involved with design, development, construction and/or golf operations management of Landmark Golf Club at Oak Quarry, The Golf Club of California, Landmark at Hemet Golf Club, The Ranch Golf Club, Mountain Falls Golf Club, Shadow Hills Golf Club and SilverRock Resort.
Vossler is well-known and active in the development community of Riverside County, several of the Cities that are within Riverside County and with matters involving Coachella Valley Water District. Landmark, under Vossler’s guidance, served in a consulting role during development and construction of Xavier College Preparatory High School, adjacent to the City of Palm Desert, California, focusing on its planning, entitlement process and construction processes.
Vossler is a principal of Landmark Golf, and with the advice and counsel of his partners Ernie Vossler, Joe Walser Jr. and Johnny Pott, has oversight responsibilities for all business, financial, contractual and management operations of Landmark Golf.