Looks quite good to me, especially for a beginner, at least you sought out info. to construct it.
As a beginner you will pretty much grow doing anything, as long as you do the big lifts and push for more weight and eat lots.
Off top of my head I would say each week you could probably add 2 reps to the exercises, instead of just one. But then, see how you go, go for adding 2 if you can.
Also for the category A exercises (squat, deadlift, was the other one bench?) instead of adding reps add weight, if you are starting out your capacity to add weight is just crazy bananas in the beginning. And it is great you are doing these big lifts, they are the most important.
I am not sure if that contradicts Waterbury ... but I don't think anyone would disagree with pushing for more weight (rather than more reps) for those exercises.
Also I note you have some hammer curls and reverse curls in there, any specific reason to pick those in particular?
Note your hammer curls come after incline press, are you planning to do the hammer curls on the incline bench? That can be a good way to do them, really hits them.
Otherwise good luck, I am jealous you lucky fellow, who amongst us wouldn't give it all to be back at the start, but this time, with some decent knowledge + supplements + money for food.