Jay Gould II (September 1, 1888 – January 26, 1935) was an Americanreal tennis player and a grandson of the railroad magnate Jay Gould. He was the world champion (1914–1916) and the Olympic gold medalist (1908, under the name jeu de paume). He held the U.S. Amateur Championship title continuously from 1906–1925, winning 18 times (no tournaments were held during the U.S. involvement in World War I). The court built for him by his father at the family's Georgian Court estate was restored in 2005.