Interview | Part 2:2 | Åda Treehouse resident
We have spoken to father and son Isoz. Michael, who runs the Åda Golf & Country Club and his son Petter, who recently moved into one of the eleven DAP-designed houses in the Åda Treehouse area. First out is an interview with Michel Isoz about Åda Golf & Country Club. The second and last interview is with Petter Isoz.
Occupation: Account Manager at Landshypotek Bank, Age: 28, Marital status: Live with Madeleine Thoresen , one dog and a cat, Golf hcp: 14 hcp (has been better and the goal is to lower it in 2018), Fun info: Has been in New Zealand and worked on a farm. Worked, among other things, with seed processing.
You are the sixth generation of ÅDA Gods and have recently chosen to settle in a newly built, architectural villa, ÅDA Treehouses, close by hole 18. Is it hard to leave the goods?
-Yes it is. It is a family farm and you have special feelings about the property and everything around. There is a story that you want to be involved in. None of my siblings live on the property today, they are scattered around Sweden and the world, but may eventually come back. I myself went to boardingschool, did military service and spent six months in New Zealand. Now it feels like I’ve “moved home”.
Have you worked on the golf course yourself and what did you do?
To some extent. I have worked mostly for the goods but the work is connected on some level. I have, for example, cut fairway, fixed bunkers, picked up golf balls on the rank, helped out in reception and the restaurant.
What does the future bring? Do you take over the operation of ÅDA Gods?
It is my dream that I can work with the farm, grain and the forest in the future. But also with other business ideas that are linked to the business.
What is the hardest hole? Tip?
It is said that hole 6 will be the most difficult, according to the slurry. My tip here is that you should not beat the long run, that is the second battle that is most important. You can also say that hole 8 can be a little problematic. Here the distance can be difficult to judge as it goes down like a deep valley all the way up to the green. It feels shorter than it is. My advice is to look at the distance measurement on the sign.
Your best tips for visiting the ÅDA Golf Course and Trosa ?
Do it on a nice day! The whole city is picturesque and filled with nice period houses. Take a walk along the Trosa river. And above all – play golf!
Facts Åda Treehouse
Åda Treehouse is eleven independent 131 sqm single-family houses designed by DAP architects. An attractive row of houses that will preserve and utilize the scenic environment. Each house being sited slightly differently on its plot, depending on the terrain, creates the effect of them being placed freely in nature. Together with a coherent design and color scheme adapted to the surroundings, the houses form a calm and cohesive facade towards the golf course. Prominent features of the interior include white, oil-painted wooden ceilings, polished concrete floors and large panoramic windows facing the golf course and the surrounding countryside.
Read more at adatreehouse.se