Rees Jones courses at Premier Resorts

Pacific heights: The third hole at Torrey Pines.
Evan Schiller

Whether you like his designs or not, it's undeniable that the work of architect Rees Jones attracts high-level tournaments. The Shell Houston Open is played on his (along with David Toms) effort at Redstone Golf Club, and five other events will be played in 2011 on courses built or remodeled by the New Jersey native, including two majors: the U.S. Open (Congressional in Maryland) and the PGA Championship (Atlanta Athletic Club). Looking for some public samples of his work at highly-ranked resorts? Here you go:

Torrey Pines, South Course (San Diego, Calif.)
Golf Magazine Silver Medal
Golf.com Course Profile | Official Course Site

Foxwoods Resort & Casino, North Course (North Stonington, Conn.)
Golf Magazine Silver Medal
Golf.com Course Profile | Official Course Site

Reynolds Plantation, Oconee Course (Greensboro, Ga.)
Golf Magazine Platinum Medal
Golf.com Course Profile | Official Course Site

Sea Island Resort, Plantation Course (Sea Island, Ga.)
Golf Magazine Platinum Medal
Golf.com Course Profile | Official Course Site

Pinehurst No. 7 (Pinehurst, N.C.)
Golf Magazine Platinum Medal
Golf.com Course Profile | Official Course Site

Golden Horseshoe Golf Club, Green Course (Williamsburg, Va.)
Golf Magazine Silver Medal
Golf.com Course Profile | Official Course Site

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