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  1. › architects › 1755-joe-leeJoseph Lee - GolfPass

    Joe Lee was a prolific late-20th-century golf course architect. He worked on more than 200 golf courses in his career, including several dozen Florida golf courses.

  2. Architect Jo Lee. “Gentleman Joe Lee” earned a reputation as a southern gent who designed and built player-friendly golf courses around the world including, Palm Beach National Golf and Country Club. His courses are known to challenge all levels of golfers.

  3. › course-architects › joe-leeJoe Lee - Golf Property

    Joe Lee was one of golf's most celebrated architects of the 20th century. Over his 40-plus year career, Lee left a mark on some 200 golf courses. A direct descendant of Civil War general Robert E. and a veteran of the U.S. Navy, Lee got his start in golf working for Dick Wilson.

  4. Oct 23, 2015 · The Indian Mound Course is one of golf course architect, Joe Lee’s, three 18-hole courses at Jekyll Island and earns the bragging rights as Georgia’s largest public golf resort. Photo by: Jekyll Island Golf Club. Lee went on to build more than 200 courses worldwide before passing away in 2003.

  5. Joe Lee might be the greatest golf course architect you never heard of. Joe Lee remained surprisingly anonymous despite creating and renovating more than 250 golf courses (including both the Magnolia and Oak Golf Courses), including several with PGA Tour pedigree.

  6. › forum › indexJoe Lee dies

    Joe Lee was the architect and it is a very good Florida club course with the added benefit that it is easily walkable. Within the last few years the club decided to do some renovation and asked Joe Lee to help out.

  7. Oct 21, 2020 · For over 50 years, Mr. Joe Lee was a golf course architect and a consummate gentleman of the game. After his death in 2002 the Joe Lee Scholarship Foundation was created to help college bound children and employees working at courses he designed.

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