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Winner of six majors, ranked Number One in the world for a total of 98 weeks, a Ryder Cup player on eleven occasions and captain in 2008: Sir Nick Faldo knows a thing or two about great moments on great golf courses. With a huge passion for the game, he’s established a premier programme for aspiring golfers and, as head of a world-renowned golf course design company, believes that the best course designs focus on strategy, memorability and the creation of a wow factor.
Considered the world’s leading golf photographer, David Cannon’s passion for the game is revealed through his pictures.
For him the golf course is the stage and a place where magic happens and he is prepared to go to extraordinary lengths
to ensure he captures that single defining moment. It’s a dedication that results in his photographs offering a unique window into some of the world’s finest courses.
In 1969 Tony Jacklin CBE became the first British player to win The Open Championship for 18 years and, a year later, the first European to win the US Open since 1925. Synonymous with the Ryder Cup, having played in seven and captained in four, Tony’s pride in his career is echoed in the courses he has designed. For him, a course should be expertly engineered so that it provides the right formula for the emotional and physical adventure that unfolds with every new game.
Robert Trent Jones, Jr.’s heritage in golf course design is legendary. Having worked beside his father, Robert has
himself designed more than 270 golf courses, many of them ranked amongst the best in the world. Known as the father
of environmental golf course design, Robert blends age-old design techniques with modern innovations and believes that the best courses draw out the beauty and the secrets of the land on which they reside.