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April 21, 2005 | Thomas Bonk, Times Staff Writer
They are the Jones brothers -- Rees and Bobby -- sons of the legendary golf course architect Robert Trent Jones Sr., and they have something in common besides their father and their jobs. They both think Pinehurst No. 2 deserves a special place in discussions about legendary courses. "It's always been wonderful, it's an icon," said Bobby, known as Robert Trent Jones Jr. Rees Jones was responsible for keeping the Donald Ross design up to date when he reworked Pinehurst for the 1999 U.S.
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April 21, 2005 | Thomas Bonk, Times Staff Writer
They are the Jones brothers -- Rees and Bobby -- sons of the legendary golf course architect Robert Trent Jones Sr., and they have something in common besides their father and their jobs. They both think Pinehurst No. 2 deserves a special place in discussions about legendary courses. "It's always been wonderful, it's an icon," said Bobby, known as Robert Trent Jones Jr. Rees Jones was responsible for keeping the Donald Ross design up to date when he reworked Pinehurst for the 1999 U.S.
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August 3, 1988 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, Times Staff Writer
The man who will design and build the first golf course in Russia since Nicholas II was, uh, disposed of, is digging deep into his wallet for another former government type, this time, Andrew Jackson of $20-bill fame. This being the United Nations of wallets, it's a long search. Let's see, there are some English pounds from who knows when, a few French francs from the Grenoble trip, some Swiss francs and, yes, there they are, some greenbacks with nothing better to do than change homes.
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August 3, 1988 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, Times Staff Writer
The man who will design and build the first golf course in Russia since Nicholas II was, uh, disposed of, is digging deep into his wallet for another former government type, this time, Andrew Jackson of $20-bill fame. This being the United Nations of wallets, it's a long search. Let's see, there are some English pounds from who knows when, a few French francs from the Grenoble trip, some Swiss francs and, yes, there they are, some greenbacks with nothing better to do than change homes.
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