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robert trent jones

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Courses & Travel

Try this 8-course, 5-day golf trip to Williamsburg, Va., and you will NOT be disappointed

By Alex Myers The mark of a great golf trip is not being able to determine the best or worst course played along the way. As some friends and I drove back from a...
Friday, 7/4/2014 at 10:13AM
Celebrity

Johnny Football, here's our guide to private golf in Cleveland area

By Dave Shedloski As a Cleveland native and long-suffering fan of the Cleveland Browns, I welcomed the Browns' selection of Johnny Manziel in the opening round of the NFL Draft Thursday night. As Bud Shaw...
Friday, 5/9/2014 at 12:30PM
Courses & Travel

Compelling new book on Robert Trent Jones reveals the genius and complexity of late architect

By Ron Whitten Most books about golf course architecture are lush coffee table volumes full of glossy calendar-art photographs. The texts are invariably gushy with praise, particularly if the subject is a long-departed demigod of...
Tuesday, 4/29/2014 at 8:24PM
Magazines / Book reviews

Book Reviews: Books For A Rainy Day

Classics and analytics top our list of new titles.
May 2014
Golf Courses & Golf Travel

Architect Art: Golf's Grand Design

Excepted from "Golf's Grand Design: The Evolution of Golf Architecture in America," written by Golf Digest's architecture editor Ron Whitten and golf architect Bob Cupp. View rare sketches and diagrams of golf holes--some never before published--by past and present golf architects.
Magazines / Editor's Letter

Jerry Tarde: Editor's Letter

The case for builders in the World Golf Hall of Fame.
May 2013
Courses & Travel

Whitten's tribute to Geoffrey Cornish: architect, author and gentleman

I knew Geoffrey Cornish, who died Feb. 10th at age 97, more as a historian and writer than as a golf course architect. Oh, we toured a few of his designs together over the years,...
Monday, 2/20/2012 at 12:11PM
News & Tours

Cornell to receive Robert Trent Jones papers

The voluminous papers and plans of golf course architect Robert Trent Jones are ending up at his alma mater, Cornell University.Donated by his sons, Rees and Robert Trent Jr., the collection covers seven decades of ...
Thursday, 1/6/2011 at 9:24AM
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