Featured courses designed, remodelled and added to by Robert Trent Jones

Spyglass Hill

10th California - Best in Area 73rd USA Ranking 84th North America Ranking

Spyglass Hill is possibly the hardest golf course on the Monterey Peninsula. The hilly land tumbles down towards the sea, leaving fairways lined with cypress and pines, laced with areas of brilliant white sand.

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St Francois

1st Guadeloupe Ranking

Completed in 1978, the palm-fringed fairways of the St. François course were lovingly laid out over a coastal landscape near the southeasterly tip of Grande-Terre by renowned architect Robert Trent Jones Snr.

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Sugarbush

15th Vermont - Best in Area

Robert Trent Jones Senior laid out the 18-hole layout at Sugarbush Resort Golf Club in the early 1960s, starting a trend that would lead to other New England ski resorts building courses to attract visitors during the summer months.

The Legends (RTJ)

24th Missouri - Best in Area

The Country Club at the Legends is a 27-hole facility designed by Robert Trent Jones Senior in the late 1980s. Water hazards feature at several holes on the 18-hole course, most memorably at the par three 8th, which plays to an island green.

TPC Dorado Beach (West)

14th Puerto Rico Ranking

The West course at TPC Dorado Beach may lack the seaside aspect of the s East but it’s a fine test in its own right with a number of outstanding holes. The West course is currently closed (2017) for renovations.

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Treetops (Masterpiece)

42nd Michigan - Best in Area

Robert Trent Jones Senior’s 18-hole Masterpiece course is the premier layout within the massive 81-hole golf complex at the Treetops Resort. The 180-yard 6th is the signature hole on the card, with its elevated tee offering wonderful views across Pigeon River Valley.