The First Last Name in Golf Course Design
Legacy
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At Robert Trent Jones II ® (RTJ II), we see ourselves as trustees of a great tradition of golf course architecture. On our courses, nature works in harmony with the values of the royal and ancient game. RTJ II golf courses have hosted tournaments on every major golf tour in the world, as well as special events such as the World Cup of Golf, The Skins Game, The Grand Slam, and many others. More than 100 of our courses have played host to such tournaments and events.  We’ve also received countless awards and accolade. Our company sets the standard for quality golf course design anywhere in the world that grass grows.

Over the past forty years, Robert Trent Jones, Jr.—a lifetime member and former president of the American Society of Golf Course Architects—has expanded his father’s golf design legacy by founding an innovative modern golf course design firm with a global reach, an environmental ethic, and a reputation for creating value. Robert Trent Jones II carries on the proud tradition of golf course architecture’s most enduring name.

 

legacy_photo2.jpg Robert Trent Jones, Jr. and Robert Trent Jones, Sr. review plans in the field. Circa 1960
legacy_photo1.jpg Robert Trent Jones, Jr. and Bruce Charlton—2008
Photo: Wood Sabold
 

“We strive to create high-quality golf courses that appear as if they were designed by nature. We want our courses to fascinate players with depth and variety, subtlety and strength. We hope players will find meaning in our courses—that they will discover the stories, motifs, and poetry we incorporate into each design. Our courses are of the earth but they are for the spirit.”

— Robert Trent Jones, Jr.
Chairman and Master Architect