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Robert Trent Jones II carries on the proud tradition of golf course architecture's most enduring heritage.  For three quarters of a century the Trent Jones name has signified imaginative, well-crafted golf designs.  Demonstrating equal degrees of creativity and business acumen, Robert Trent Jones, Sr. shaped the modern craft of golf course architecture.
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ROBERT TRENT JONES, Jr.
Chairman, Master Architect

In a career spanning more than four decades, Robert Trent Jones, Jr. has designed more than 270 golf courses in over 40 countries on six continents. RTJ II courses have won countless awards and accolades, been ranked among the best layouts throughout the world, and hosted tournaments on every major golf tour.
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BRUCE CHARLTON
President, Chief Design Officer

The fourth hole at Manchester Golf & Country Club in Manchester, Iowa, is a short par four that runs along a country road across from cornfields. Each of the nine holes was designed in 1927 by one of the club’s founding members. Local attorney Shannon B. Charlton designed number four.
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MICHAEL GORMAN
Project Architect

As a teenager, golf course architect Michael Gorman was already captivated by the unique qualities he noticed in fairways and greens on golf courses located in different regions of the US.
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TRENT JONES
Chief Operating Officer

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DIANE PENSINGER
Business Operations and Communications Administrator

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MARK VOSS
Senior Project Architect

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“Golf course architecture is a bit like Renaissance painting, where a team of artists and craftsmen with varying skills might all work together to produce a masterpiece.”

— Robert Trent Jones, Jr.
Chairman and Master Architect