About Robert Trent Jones Golf Course


  • Robert Trent Jones Golf Course is located in NY, Ithaca, 213 Warren Rd, 14850

Year Established

  • 1888

Square Footage

  • 40,000 – 99,999

Additional Services

  • Restaurant: NO
  • Merchandise: NO
  • Golf Car: Yes
  • Golf Instructor: YES

Contact Info of Robert Trent Jones Golf Course

Main Contact:

  • Matt Baughan, Manager

Phone Number:


Mailing Address:

  • No Data

Working Hours

  • Monday: 08-30 – 16-30
  • Tuesday: 08-30 – 16-30
  • Wednsday: 08-30 – 16-30
  • Thursday: 08-30 – 16-30
  • Friday: 08-30 – 16-30
  • Saturday: Closed – No Data
  • Sunday: Closed – No Data

More Information about Robert Trent Jones Golf Course

Kensington Golf & Country Club completes championship golf

Kensington Golf & Country Club’s completely restored Robert Trent Jones Jr.-designed championship golf course. COURTESY PHOTO Kensington Golf & Country(1)

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Golf Courses Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr.

Robert Trent Jones Golf Club: U.S.A. 1 Turtle Point Drive, Gainesville, VA 20155: Private Course 703-754-4050 Visit Website: Houston Country Club: U.S.A. One Potomac Drive, Houston, TX 77057: Private Course 713-465-8381 Visit Website: Crag Burn Golf Club: U.S.A. 1231 North David Road, East Aurora, NY 14052: Private Course 716-655-0000 Visit Website(3)

Jones Golf Course – Speidel (at Oglebay Resort) – Reviews

Jones Golf Course – Speidel (at Oglebay Resort) 465 Lodge Dr , Wheeling , West Virginia , 26003. View as Map Write a Review. Holes 18 Par 71 Length 7001 yards. Slope 137 Rating 72.1. Year built: 1970. Architect (s): Robert Trent Jones, Sr.,Robert Trent Jones, Sr.,Roger Rulewich,Roger Rulewich. Greens: Bent Grass.(4)

Robert Trent Jones called this course his ‘finest design’

When Golden Horseshoe Golf Club at Colonial Williamsburg opened in 1963, Robert Trent Jones, Sr. called it, “my finest design,” and “the equal of Augusta National.”(5)

Hilton Head Golf Resorts – Hilton Head Golf Courses

Robert Trent Jones course A lagoon winds its way through more than half the holes on this golf course and the par-5 10th reveals an inspiring view of the ocean. A fun and challenging round for players of …(6)

List of golf courses designed by Robert Trent Jones

Robert Trent Jones, Sr. (1906–2000) was an English–American golf course architect who designed or re-designed over 500 golf courses. Listed below is a non-exhaustive selection of golf courses that are original designs by Jones, as well as re-designs of existing courses.(7)

Robert Trent Jones, Sr. Golf Course | Valencia Country

Golf. Known by many as the father of modern golf course architecture, Robert Trent Jones, Sr. (1906 – 2000) was one of the most prolific golf course architects to have graced the game. His impact on golf is too great to be measured. Throughout seven decades he designed more than 350 courses and remodeled more than 150 others.(8)

Golf Club – Sugarbush Resort

Tee off at our Robert Trent Jones, Sr. masterpiece. Jones’ legendary talent is apparent in every one of the 18 holes at Sugarbush Golf Club tucked away in the Green Mountains. Designed with respect for the natural setting and its breathtaking vistas, our par-70 (men) and par 72 …(9)

Robert Trent Jones Golf Course at Cornell – Cornell

The 18-hole University Golf Course, the front nine of which was completed in 1954 with funds contributed by alumni, is a championship course designed by the noted golf architect Robert Trent Jones (Cornell ’30). The back nine layout (between Warren Road and Pleasant Grove Road) was the university’s first nine holes and has been in use since 1941.(10)

About Us – Colonial Springs Golf Club

With courses in 38 countries, Jones sets the standard for quality golf course design. “We strive to create high-quality golf courses that appear as if they were designed by nature,” says Robert Trent Jones, Jr. “Our courses are of the earth, but they are for our spirit.”(11)

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