PGA Championship host courses

Blue Mound

7th Wisconsin - Best in Area

Gene Sarazen won the PGA Championship at Blue Mound Golf & Country Club in 1933, seven years after Seth Raynor had set out an 18-hole course crammed with replica holes such as a Biarritz and an Eden.

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Canterbury Golf Club

10th Ohio - Best in Area

Host to two US Opens and one PGA Championship, Canterbury Golf Club’s place in golfing history is assured. It’s not a long course but the site is delightfully undulating with rolling hills, brooks and wooded areas.

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Cherry Hills

4th Colorado - Best in Area

William Flynn designed Cherry Hills in 1922 and if you do get the chance to play this famous course your driving distances will flatter to deceive. Denver is not called the Mile High city for nothing and Cherry Hills is certainly golf with altitude.

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Columbine

38th Colorado - Best in Area

Venue for the PGA Championship in 1967 when Don January lifted the famous old Wanamaker Trophy, the course at Columbine Country Club was laid out by Henry Hughes a decade before it came to national prominence...

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Columbus (Championship)

37th Ohio - Best in Area

Kevin Hargrave completed a large-scale renovation of Columbus Country Club's Championship course in 2018. The architect replaced bunkers with versions more akin to the style of Donald Ross as well as adding new tees and removing more than 1,500 trees.

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Congressional (Blue)

2nd Maryland - Best in Area

Founded in 1924 and officially opened by President Calvin Coolidge, the Congressional Country Club started out with a relatively straightforward 18-hole course designed by Devereux Emmet...

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Crooked Stick

2nd Indiana - Best in Area

Crooked Stick Golf Club was one of Pete Dye’s first golf course commissions and it was constructed the year after he had spent some time in Scotland playing many of the traditional links...

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Dallas Athletic Club (Blue)

48th Texas - Best in Area

As it was the Ralph Plummer-designed course where Jack Nicklaus won his first PGA Championship in 1963, it was only fitting that Dallas Athletic Club should call the Golden Bear back to redesign the Blue layout in the mid-1980s.

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Engineers

23rd New York - Best in Area

The Engineers Country Club dates back to 1917 and is located in the village of Roslyn Harbor, which enjoys a unique position on the Gold Coast of Long Island.

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Firestone (South)

15th Ohio - Best in Area

Harvey Firestone, founder of the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, originally established the Firestone Country Club in the late 1920s as a park for his employees.

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PGA Championship Leaderboard

Rank Name Courses Played
1 Paul Rudovsky Courses Played 63
2 Joseph Andriole Courses Played 49
3 Cory Lewis Courses Played 47
4 Mark White Courses Played 45
5 Bob McCoy Courses Played 44
6 Joshua Asher Courses Played 43
7 James Gold Courses Played 41
8 Fergal O'Leary Courses Played 40
9 Paul Jones Courses Played 36
10 David Harak Courses Played 35