Founded in 1945 and located in the western suburbs of Bogotá, San Andrés Golf Club plays homage to St Andrews, the Home of Golf.
Pray for a clear day when you play Santo da Serra. Perched at some 1,000 feet above sea level, the golf course can literally have its head in the clouds.
Twenty years after businessman Marvin Leonard constructed the course at Colonial, he commissioned Robert Trent Jones Snr to build another 18 holes at Shady Oaks Country Club, disregarding the advice of his friend and advisor Ben Hogan who thought the site was too hilly.
Laid out in the Appalachian foothills, Silver Lakes is a fabulous 36-hole facility on the Robert Trent Jones Trail where the Heartbreaker and Backbreaker nines form the 18-hole layout of choice for most visiting golfers.
Robert Trent Jones Senior redesigned the original North course at the Silverado Resort and Spa in 1967. The North hosted the Kaiser International Open Invitational from 1968 to 1980, before first staging the PGA Tour’s Safeway Open in October 2014.
Located a short drive to the south of the Las Vegas Strip, Southern Highlands Golf Club is one of the few co-designed courses ever laid out by the Trent Jones father and son architectural team...
The Robert Trent Jones Senior course at Speidel Golf Club is the original layout at the Oglebay Golf Resort which opened its tees for play in 1969.
Those that make the trip to the lovely island of Corsica to play the famous Spérone course will have one of the most unforgettable golfing experiences of their lives.
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.
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.