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.
Founded in 1999 at Vidauban, Prince de Provence is a totally private golf course and it was designed by the full compliment of Robert Trent Joneses.
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.
Real (Royal) Las Brisas was one of the first courses in Europe to use bent grass and the brave decision was quickly rewarded by being chosen as the host venue of the 1973 World Cup of Golf.
Sotogrande was designed by Robert Trent Jones. It was his first European course, and it is a credit that the par 72, 6,224-metre layout is still enthralling players more than 50 years after it first opened.
Most golfers will be familiar with Valderrama from TV coverage. The golf club has hosted a plethora of championships, including the legendary 1997 Ryder Cup. In 2014 the club was granted Royal status.
A Robert Trent Jones Snr design from the late 1970s, the course at Rivershore Estates and Golf Links lies on the banks of the South Thompson River.
Robert Trent Jones Golf Club bears all the trademark design traits of the old master – expansive fairways, plenty of water hazards, lots of flashed bunker complexes and large, contoured greens.
An early Robert Trent Jones design from the late 1940s, the golf course at Rockrimmon Country Club is laid out across more than 200 acres of former farmland and is considered a “club in the country”.
José María Olazábal lifted the Belgian Open title here at Golf du Bercuit in 1988 and in 2016 the club reached fifty years of age, therefore automatically becoming Royal Bercuit Golf Club.