Robert Trent Jones II

Robert Trent Jones II

Onyria Palmares

Our Vision

At RTJ II, we listen to the land first, then we speak. Hidden within the topography of a great golf site is a cultural and historical legacy that transcends time and place, and which must be honored before a single stone is moved. It is then that our purpose unfolds: how to use nature’s gifts and our years of experience to create a course that will live in one’s memory long after being played. We don’t take on just any project, but will work with anyone who shares our vision: CEOs, heads of state, budget-minded municipalities, private developers, and world-class resorts.

RTJ Sr. & Jr.

THE LEGACY

Robert Trent Jones Sr. was a scratch golfer in his teens but spent the better part of 70 years building or renovating over 500 golf courses around the world. His studies at Cornell University in landscape architecture and agronomy – not to mention economics – set a high standard for his colleagues in the field.

Recent News

PGA TOUR,  

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Florida— After a two-month hiatus, PGA TOUR Latinoamérica is back in action next week with a new event, The Club at Weston Hills Open.

Tacoma News Tribune,  

The head of championships for golf’s governing body in America wants the U.S. Open to return to Chambers Bay.

Of course, he does. He’s from here.

Golfweek,  

The U.S. Amateur Four-Ball is currently underway at Chambers Bay in University Place, Washington, host of the 2015 U.S. Open. Next year, the women will get their turn when the U.S. Women’s Amateur is hosted on the scenic course on lower Puget Sound.

Work in progress

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