Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., Joondalup – "the place of shining waters" – is one of only a handful of golf course projects undertaken in Australia by RTJ2.
Named after the Cercidiphyllum Japonicum, the elegant Katsura tree, the course at Katsura Golf Club is a 1993 Robert Trent Jones Junior-design and it’s one of the very best layouts to be found near Sapporo city.
The Ranch course was the first of two 18-hole layouts to appear at the Keystone Ranch golf complex in 1980. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Junior, it’s a classic mountain track that winds around a pine forest and a beautiful 9-acre lake.
Set in the westernmost region of Honshū, the course at Kinojo Golf Club is a 1992 Robert Trent Jones Jr. creation. The club hosted US Open sectional qualifying in 2015 and the course has staged the KSB Open on the Japan Golf Tour three times between 1994 and 1996.
The course at Royal Golf La Bagnaia is Robert Trent Jones Jnr’s first design in Tuscany and it’s set out as an “inland links” in the gently rolling hills to the south of Sienna...
Set within a 475-acre property overlooking the Potomac River, the Golf Club at Lansdowne features forty-five holes, eighteen of which comprise the Robert Trent Jones II course. Elevation changes, water carries and stone walls all come into play on this layout.
Created by Robert Trent Jones Jnr (with input from Tom Watson and former USGA President Sandy Tatum), The Links at Spanish Bay is laid out on a sizeable area of sandy terrain that overlooks the Pacific Ocean.
Five years in the making, the Lübker Resort opened to much acclaim by Danish golfers in 2008 and this Robert Trent Jones-designed golf complex is the centrepiece of a 500-acre estate...
The Max A. Mandel Municipal course overlooks and plays along the mighty Rio Grande River where Robert Trent Jones Junior skilfully routed the undulating fairways around a couple of enormous arroyos.
The Meadow Springs golf course is laid out over gently undulating, open bushland with many of the fairways bounded by tall Tuart trees.