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OUR VISION

Executing Creative Approaches

 

Bro Hof Slott Golf Club, Stadium Course, Stockhold, Sweden | Photo: Lennart Hyse

At RTJ II we believe that every great golf course is site specific. We seek to honor the cultural, geographical, and historical aspects of the land while working to reveal and sculpt the best course possible on each unique site. By considering a small number of projects each year—and only pursuing those we’re confident that we’ll be successful with— we’ve created great value for a diverse clientele ranging from municipalities to visionary CEOs to heads of state, from private developers to world-class resorts. Independent research bears this out. While we’ve built our reputation by listening to the land, we also listen to our clients, whose financial goals are an important priority.

Employing not just innovative concepts such as “green building” but also using the newest techniques, technologies, and even laws— from creating photo simulations of how a golf course might look on an undeveloped site to applying carbon credits to make development more affordable— the team at RTJ II is dedicated to carrying our successful history of innovation into a future rich with new possibilities.

Las Sendas Golf Club, Mesa, Arizona, USA

Las Sendas Golf Club, Mesa, Arizona, USA | Photo: Henebry Photography

Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club, Whistler, British Columbia, Canada

Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club, Whistler, British Columbia, Canada | Photo: Henebry Photography

“Despite our global reach we’re a small, hands-on company. We select a unique collection of design projects each year, and choose each project carefully to ensure that we can deliver an innovative, beautiful, world-class golf course that looks natural in its setting, offers creative golf challenges, and meets our client’s specific goals—including financial goals. The consistent quality of our designs has secured our reputation for providing value while assisting clients in countless settings around the globe.”

— Bruce Charlton,
President and Chief Design Officer