Peachtree Golf Club is located in Atlanta and it’s the course that the Joneses built. Bobby Jones was the inspiration and Robert was the architect.
Pevero is located in Sardinia's chic Costa Smeralda region. The Aga Khan commissioned the course and it's one of RTJ’s finest and most daring designs.
With wide generous fairways and little rough, Playa Dorada is set up for enjoyable holiday golf and it’s certainly a pleasant resort course.
The course at Playa Grande was one of the last that Robert Trent Jones designed before he died in 2000 and it’s located on the northern coast of the Dominican Republic...
Trent Jones routed Point O’ Woods across some 350 acres of rolling terrain and the club is home to one of the country’s most important amateur tournaments, the Western Amateur Championship.
Originally designed by Herbert Strong back in 1928, the Ocean course at Ponte Vedra Inn & Club has subsequently been upgraded by both Robert Trent Jones Snr and Bobby Weed.
Bermuda is virtually one enormous golf club and Port Royal is the most popular golf course on the islands.
Ben Hogan claimed his first Major title here at Portland Golf Club, winning the 1946 PGA Championship. The following year the club played host to the Ryder Cup that nearly didn’t happen...
Formed in 1901, Portsmouth Country Club moved to its present location on the shores of Great Bay in the late 1950s when Robert Trent Jones fashioned a new 18-hole layout for the members.
The championship course at Quinta da Marinha is set within a luxury 5-star resort close to Cascais, a former fishing village on the Estoril coast that’s now a modern day affluent suburb of the Portuguese capital.