Robert Trent Jones II

Robert Trent Jones II

Hoiana Shores

Our Vision

At RTJ II, we listen to the land first, then we speak. Hidden within the topography of a great golf site is a cultural and historical legacy that transcends time and place, and which must be honored before a single stone is moved. It is then that our purpose unfolds: how to use nature’s gifts and our years of experience to create a course that will live in one’s memory long after being played. We don’t take on just any project, but will work with anyone who shares our vision: CEOs, heads of state, budget-minded municipalities, private developers, and world-class resorts.

RTJ Sr. & Jr.

THE LEGACY

The Robert Trent Jones name has been synonymous with golf course architecture since the late 1930s. Robert Trent Jones Sr. considered architecture an art form, not a science. “Follow the land,” he said famously, “don’t change the land.”  A century later that mantra still serves as the guiding light for the company that defined golf course architecture in the modern era.

 

Recent News

Golfing Magazine,  

There a few things that I will never forget from my first visit to Sugarloaf Golf Club in Maine.

Golf Course Architecture,  

Nathan Crace and Robert Trent Jones II are collaborating on a new 10-hole par-three golf course in Jackson, Mississippi.

Golf Course Industry,  

The LeFleur’s Bluff Education and Tourism Complex in Jackson, Mississippi, announced major plans for a new golf facility in the Magnolia State’s capital city that will help to preserve nearly 150 acres of urban green space and create a permanent home for First Tee of Central Mississippi.

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