2015 U.S. Open Championship is now connected to the ALS Challenge
Robert Trent Jones, Jr. not only accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on Labor Day weekend, he issued the challenge to USGA executive director Mike Davis and president Tom O’Toole, as well as Major Dan Rooney, as the golfing world celebrated Rooney’s annual Patriot Golf Day golf event.
Jones wisely chose to accept the ALS Challenge in the warmth of Kauai, Hawaii, at The Prince Course he designed for Princeville. As the video shows, Jones’ initial comment to the icy dousing was simply, “Ahhhhhhhhhh!” – and he hopes Davis, O’Toole and Rooney will “enjoy” the challenge just as heartily.
Jones was issued the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from the staff at RTJII-designed Chambers Bay in Washington, host of the 2015 U.S. Open Championship.
About Robert Trent Jones II
With headquarters in Palo Alto, Calif., Robert Trent Jones II Golf Course Architects (RTJ II) is the preeminent golf design firm worldwide, having created more than 270 courses in over 40 countries on six continents. Trustees of a great tradition of golf course architecture, RTJ II is committed to working in harmony with nature to craft the best golf course on each unique site. The RTJ II design team has experience in every aspect of golf course development and the ability to provide support and expertise from conception through completion of any project. For additional information contact the firm at +1 650-475-0329 or www.rtj2.com.