ASGCA Past President Rees Jones sat down with Golf Channel’s “Morning Drive” to talk about his favorite projects and how he earned the name “Open Doctor.”

Jones reflected on the work of his father, ASGCA Past President Robert Trent Jones, some of his favorite courses, and a fairly famous photograph following the 1950 U.S. Open at Merion which featured an unintended “photo bomb” by a young Rees.

The interview is part of a week-long series featuring profiles and interviews of ASGCA members Jones, Bill Coore, Bob Cupp, Tom Fazio, Gil Hanse and Jack Nicklaus.

Jones discussion of his most famous projects can be found here