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Rees Jones

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CYMERIADAU CYMRU: MEURIG REES JONES

CYMERIADAU CYMRU

Rheolwr lleoliad pentref Portmeirion. Dyna i chi job! Ac felly Meurig Rees Jones yw fy ngŵr gwadd ar Cymeriadau Cymru wythnos hon, sy'n sôn am ei swydd ddelfrydol, hanes y pentref, The Prisoner, Gŵyl rhif 6 a'r enwogion sy 'di bod yn ymweld â llawer, llawer mwy. Sgwrs ddiddorol gan ŵr sy'n mwynhau ei fywyd a'i gynefin, ac yn ei eiriau ei hun, ''I am Not a Number.. I'm a music fan!''

36mins

5 Aug 2021

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The 19th Hole Episode 162: Rees Jones on The U.S. Open at Torrey Pines!

GolfWRX Radio

Host Michael Wiliams talks with the "Open Doctor" Rees Jones on the Torrey Pines South Course that he completely renovated in 2001 and updated in 2019 for this year's U.S. Open. Also features Dustin Irwin of the Omni La Costa Resort and Spa in Carlsbad, CA.

1hr 4mins

11 Jun 2021

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ASGCA Insights with Rees Jones

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Rees Jones, ASGCA, previews the 2021 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines: his renovations over 20 years, improvements since the ’08 Open & what viewers should look for on a daunting back nine when the title is on the line. Plus, his unique perspective on ASGCA as the 75th-year celebration begins.

19mins

7 Jun 2021

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The 19th Hole Episode 136: 2020 U.S. Open Preview with "The Open Doctor" Rees Jones!

GolfWRX Radio

Host Michael Williams talks with Rees Jones about the history, layout and likely winner of the 120th U.S. Open at Winged Foot. Also features USGA Senior Managing Director of Championships John Bodenhamer.

1hr 19mins

13 Sep 2020

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Feed the Ball Salon Vol. 10, ft. Rees Jones

Feed The Ball

CascataRees Jones‘ design work has touched public, resort, club golf and major championship golf as much as any architect of the modern era. He enters the Salon to talk with Jim Urbina and Derek Duncan about balancing the many voices that weigh in on projects in the “remodeling era,” constructing on technically challenging sites vs finding holes, if golf designs should be allowed to evolve or if at some point they should be locked in time, the challenges of working in the shadow of Robert Trent Jones and the value of having an architectural “style.” Subscribe to Feed the Ball on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher Radio and Google Play Twitter: @feedtheball Instagram: @feedtheball Listen to Derek discuss the legendary book, “The World Atlas of Golf” on the Good-Good Golf Podcast.TPC Danzante Bay The post Feed the Ball Salon Vol. 10, ft. Rees Jones appeared first on Feed The Ball.

1hr 42mins

2 Jul 2020

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Rees Jones Shares Stories about The McLemore Plus How His Designs Are Offsetting The Distance Issue

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Rees Jones talks about his co-design project with Bill Bergin at The McLemore outside of Chattanooga, Tennessee. He shares how they turned a vision into a masterpiece carved into rocky Lookout Mountain. The course is so beautiful that PGA Tour Caddie Kip Henley says it has the 2nd most beautiful finishing hole in golf after the 18th at Pebble Beach. Rees also talks about how his course designs and US Open set ups are tackling the distance issue through layout, fairway width and rough height.

20mins

11 Jun 2020

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Tom Patri, David Ogrin, John Hughes, & Rees Jones Join Me...

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On this episode I'm joined by our resident Director of Instruction Tom Patri, former PGA Tour Pro David Ogrin, PGA Master Professional John Hughes, and Legendary Course Designer Rees Jones. Tom Patri talks about his show that airs live Thursday nights on Instragram Live. TP also talks about why he's always wanted to spend some time talking with LeeTrevino plus his relationship with Tiger Woods that started out very poorly but grown to being positive one. What changed? Tiger had children and that changed him according to his caddie Joey LaCava. David Ogrin shares stories from his interactions with Jack Nicklaus and a quote from Jack about how much a poor attitude can cost you on the course. David also talks about what lead to the disappearance of Anthony Kim, and a bit about his beloved Chicago Cubs. John Hughes shares great tips for how to handle the great tee shot that winds up in an unfilled divot. He shares his, 2 seconds to consistent putting drill. Ress Jones rounds out the show sharing stories from creating some of his courses in particular The McLemore, Falcons Fires, and how he goes about setting up US Open sites. Rees also talks about how his courses are going about offsetting the advancements in technology.

1hr 32mins

10 Jun 2020

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Tom Patri, David Ogrin, John Hughes, & Rees Jones Join Me...

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On this episode I'm joined by our resident Director of Instruction Tom Patri, former PGA Tour Pro David Ogrin, PGA Master Professional John Hughes, and Legendary Course Designer Rees Jones.Tom Patri talks about his show that airs live Thursday nights on Instragram Live plus his negative and positive interactions with Tiger Woods and the impact having children has had on his attitude.David Ogrin shares stories from his interactions with Jack Nicklaus, Sam Snead, and what lead to the disappearance of Anthony Kim.John Hughes shares great tips for how to handle the great tee shot that winds up in an unfilled divot. He shares his, 2 seconds to consistent putting drill.Ress Jones rounds out the show sharing stories from creating some of his courses in particular The McLemore, Falcons Fires, and how he goes about setting up US Open sites. Rees also talks about how his courses are going about offsetting the advancements in technology.

1hr 33mins

10 Jun 2020

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The 19th Hole Episode 125: Rees Jones and Gary Player Give the Straight Dope on Seminole G.C.

GolfWRX Radio

Rees Jones is a member and Gary Player played his first round in America at Seminole Golf Club. They give their insights on the historic track as pro golf makes its return there on Sunday. Player also gives his thoughts on the Vijay Singh/Korn Ferry controversy.

1hr 25mins

17 May 2020

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Episode 49: Rees Jones

Feed The Ball

Rees Jones has spent nearly 35 years preparing, modifying and remodeling golf courses for major championship events. In addition to the 100 original courses and dozens of renovations he’s orchestrated, he’s infused his vision into such venerable American tournament courses as Pinehurst No. 2, Oakland Hills, Medinah No. 3 and The Country Club for the staging of nearly 25 U.S. Opens and PGA Championships. He’s also overhauled a number of his father Robert Trent Jones’ most noteworthy major championship courses including the Atlanta Athletic Club, Hazeltine and Bellerive.Jones joins the podcast to discuss Bethpage Black (site of this year’s PGA Championship) as a tournament course and how the setups for the PGA and an upcoming Ryder Cup will differ, how equipment and swing technology have altered his approach to renovations, his opinion about the use of a tournament golf ball, the necessity of rough for the professional game, why Tiger Woods has had so much success on his re-designs, how Robert Trent Jones’ aesthetic evolved and the importance of trees on golf courses. Photo: Bethpage Black (reesjonesinc.com)Derek joined Tom Dunne, publisher of McKellar Magazine, to talk about his story in Volume 2 about Dave Axland–listen here and here.Derek also recently joined Ricky Lee Potts on The Wednesday Match Play Podcast, Episode 131Finally, read about some of Derek’s favorite public golf courses at UKGolfGuy.comTwitter: @feedtheballInstagram: @feedtheballFeed the Ball on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher Radio and Google PlayOutro Music: “Keep Together,” Wasted Potential Brass BandThe par-3 17th at Danzante BayThe post Episode 49: Rees Jones appeared first on Feed The Ball.

1hr 16mins

1 May 2019

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