REES JONES COLLECTION
World-renowned golf architect Rees Jones was born into the game of golf. He learned to play
as a youngster, competing as a junior golfer in college and while in the army. He grew up
traveling with his family to golf courses all over the world. Hardly surprising as his father is the
highly acclaimed golf course architect Robert Trent Jones. Rees worked for his father for many
years before opening his own design firm in 1974.
In his career to date, Rees Jones has designed or redesigned more than 100 golf courses. His golf course design firm of Rees Jones, Inc. offers a classical approach to golf course design, decades of experience and a family heritage of excellence. To play a Rees Jones course is a true privilege, an experience the avid golfer will never forget.
Jones has earned the moniker "The Open Doctor" for his redesign of courses in preparation for major championships. His remodeling skills have been applied to seven U.S. Open venues, seven PGA Championship courses, four Ryder Cup and two Walker Cup sites, as well as the President's Cup at The Royal Montreal Golf Club.
Upon completion of his design for Grand Niagara, Jones said, “We have built a golf course at the Grand Niagara Club that could host a major championship.”
Johns Creek, GA
1981, 2001, 2011
U.S. Amateur: 2014
U.S. Junior Amateur: 2002