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ATLANTA

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PGA Championship venue hosted its 3rd PGA Championship on the US Tour. The Highlands has also previously hosted the US Open, in Georgia. The home club of legendary golfer Bobby Jones.

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BAY

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The Bay course plays along the shores of the Butler Chain of Lakes, ensuring that water is a prominent feature on the course. The challenges are formidable but fair, on this Floridian layout.

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BAYONNE

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Bayonne is dramatic and rather surreal as the course is located directly across the Hudson river, from Wall street. Overlooking the Manhattan skyline, this is an authentic seaside links layout.

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BERMUDA DUNES

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Hosted 49 Bob Hope Classic annual PGA Tournament events, on the PGA Tour. Surrounded by the towering Santa Rosa and Shadow Mountain ranges, one of the most familiar names for desert golf.

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BOSTON

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The Dell Technologies Championship venue has hosted 16 annual PGA Tournaments. Located in Boston, Massachusetts the course was designed by Arnold Palmer and opened in 2003.

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CHAMPIONS GATE

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Hosted 13 Del Webb Father/Son Challenge events on the PGA Tour. The International course is used for this 36-hole event, which the world's golfers most famous father and sons participate.

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CHERRY HILLS

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Hosted 3 US Opens and 2 PGA Championships on the PGA Tour. As well as the BMW Championship another PGA Tour event, this famous golf course is located beside Denver in Colorado.

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COEUR D' ALENE

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Home of the Floating Green nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, on the shores of the beautiful Lake Coeur d'Alene in Idaho. Coeur d'Alene has established itself as the premier destination.

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COG HILL DUBSDREAD

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Hosted 22 annual BMW Championship events, on the PGA Tour. Located in Illinois, this natural course is known not only for its demands on shot making, but also for its displays of natural beauty.

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CONGRESS

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Hosted 3 US Opens and a PGA Championship on the PGA Tour. As well as 7 Quicken Loans National events on the PGA Tour. Located in Bethesda, Maryland designed by Robert Trent Jones.

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CYPRESS

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Cypress Point is well known for three dramatic holes, that play along the Pacific Ocean. The 15th, 16th and 17th, regularly rated among the best golf holes in the world, designed by Alister MacKenzie.

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DORAL BLUE MONSTER

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Hosted 10 Cadillac Championship on the PGA Tour - World Golf Championship event. It features long fairways, undulating green, deep Bermuda rough and a unique assortment of water hazards.

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DORAL GREAT WHITE

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Hosted 12 Franklin Templeton Shark Shootout events, on the PGA Tour. The Greg Norman Signature Great White course has crushed shells, as the primary design alongside palm trees and deep bunkers.

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DOVE

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Hosted 6 Accenture Match Play Championship events, on the PGA Tour – World Golf Championship. Located in the mountains near to Tucson in Arizona, the course was designed by Jack Nicklaus.

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EAST POND

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Hosted 21 annual Tour Championships by Coca-Cola on the PGA Tour. Previously hosted the Ryder Cup between the US and Europe, located in Atlanta, the course was designed by Donald Ross.

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GEORGIA

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Set in the woody forest of Georgia this superb designed layout, is used annually on the PGA Tour. Mixing highly contoured greens, lakes, streams, azaleas and rhododendrons adding to this beautiful course.

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HARBOUR

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Hosted 51 RBC Heritage Tournaments, annually on the PGA Tour in April. Located on Hilton Head Island, the South Carolina course was designed by Peter Dye and Jack Nicklaus, opened in 1969.

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HAZEL

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Hosted the Ryder Cup between the US and Europe, as well as 2 PGA Championships on the PGA Tour. Hazel spans rolling hills, mature woods, picturesque lakes, vast prairies, to provide an unparalleled challenge.

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INNISBROOK COPPERHEAD

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Hosted 19 Valspar Championship annual events, on the PGA Tour event. Designed by Larry Packard in 2000, Copperhead is a daunting layout, located at Innisbrook Resort in Palm Harbour, Florida.

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INNISBROOK ISLAND

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Many Tour Professionals actually rate the Island course, even better than Copperhead. The Island has played host to numerous U.S. Open Qualifiers, it features up to 80 feet of elevation changes.

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KIAWAH

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Hosted the Ryder Cup between the US and Europe. As well as 2 PGA Championships on the PGA Tour. Kiawah is a golf course in the Carolina's, running alongside the shoreline of the Atlantic Ocean.

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LA COSTA

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Hosted 7 World Golf Championship - Accenture Match Play events and hosted 30 Mercedes Championship Tournaments on the PGA Tour. Located in the coastal area of Carlsbad, in California.

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LOUIS

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Hosted 14 Zurich Classic Tournament events on the PGA Tour. Louis has breath taking scenery stretching over wetlands along the Mississippi River delta, combining a grand representation of the natural local habitat.

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MEDINAH

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Hosted the Ryder Cup between the US and Europe, 3 US Opens and 2 PGA Championships on the PGA Tour. There are 3 golf courses, which were all designed by Tom Bendelow opening in 1924.

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MONTEREY BAY

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Links is an old Scottish word for sandy wasteland, usually near the sea, with bristly grasses and ever prevailing wind. Spanish Bay is so authentic that even Monterey mirrors the rugged coast.

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MONTEREY BEACH

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Hosted 6 US Opens, PGA Championship and the AT&T Pro-Am Tournament on the PGA Tour. Located next to the Pacific Ocean, this is a very challenging course with wonderful Par 3's an exquisite beauty.

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MONTEREY HILLS

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Monterey Hill features two distinctly different kinds of terrain, that influence the way the holes look and play. Sandy seaside dunes challenge golfers to pick the safest path, used annually on the PGA Tour.

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MUIRFIELD V

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Hosted the Ryder Cup between the US and Europe. As well as 44 Memorial Tournament annual events, on the PGA Tour. Has held many other tournaments such as the Solheim Cup and the Presidents Cup.

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OAK

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Hosted 9 US Opens, 3 PGA Championships on the PGA Tour, 5 US Amateur and 2 US Women's Opens. Oak has hosted more major golf tournaments, than any other course in the United States.

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PALMER

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Carved by time between some of the oldest and newest mountain ranges in North America lies Palmer, Palm Springs and Palm Desert, California. 72 Holes of incredible Mountain Golf.

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PGA NATIONAL

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Hosted 13 Honda Classic Tournament annual PGA Tour events. As well as the Ryder Cup, the PGA Championship and has also hosted 19 PGA Senior Championships. The Champion course opened in 1981.

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PINE HILL

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Hosted 2 Walker Cup Tournaments on the Amateur Tour. Located in New Jersey, the course is often ranked the number one best course in the world, after being redesigned by Harry Colt.

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PINE TWO

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Hosted the Ryder Cup between the US and Europe. As well as 3 US Opens and a PGA Championship, on the PGA Tour. Located in North Carolina, the golf course opened in 1907 designed by Donald Ross.

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POPPY HILLS

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Hosted 19 AT & T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am Tournaments, on the PGA Tour. This Robert Trent Jones, Jr. design has gained international recognition, for its beautiful wooded setting.

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QUAIL

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Hosted 15 Wells Fargo Championship events on the PGA Tour and a PGA Championship. Located in Charlotte, North Carolina, the course was redesigned by legendary golfer Arnold Palmer in 1986.

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REDSTONE

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Hosted 15 Shell Houston Open Tournaments annually on the PGA Tour. This Texan course is set amongst heavily populated trees, lush fairways, landscaped bunkers and well-defined greens.

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RIVIER

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Hosted 57 Genesis Invitational Tournament events, annually on the PGA Tour. As well as 2 PGA Championships, a US Open and a US Amateur. It is located in Pacific Palisades, the golf course opened in 1926.

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SAWGREEN

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Hosted 38 Player Championships, on the PGA Tour, one of the players most popular courses. Located at Ponde Vedra Beach, its known as one of the world's most difficult courses, architect Pete Dye.

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SCOTTS

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Hosted 33 Waste Management Phoenix Open Tournaments, at this annual PGA Tour event. This Course has the highest number of spectators attending any event, the courses elevations are 1530 feet.

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SEDGE

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Hosted 38 Wyndham Championship Tournament events annually on the PGA Tour. Located in Greensboro in North Carolina, the Ross course was designed by Donald Ross and opened in 1926.

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SHERWOOD

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Hosted 14 Chevron World Challenge Tournament events on the PGA Tour. Featuring the top 12 world ranked players and 4 players chosen by the Tiger Woods Foundation. Course designed by Jack Nicklaus.

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SHINNE

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Hosted 5 US Open Championships on the PGA Tour, a Walker Cup, a US Amateur and a US Women's Amateur. The Club was established in 1891 it's located in Southampton in New York, built by Willie Dunn.

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SOUTHGATE

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Hosted 31 FedEx St. Jude Classic Tournaments annually on the PGA Tour. The golf course features undulating zoysia fairways, champion Bermuda greens and numerous lakes, streams and ponds.

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TEXAS

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Hosted 35 AT&T Byron Nelson Championship Tournaments annually on the PGA Tour. Located in Dallas, Texas the course was designed by Jay Morrish and Byron Nelson the course opened in 1986.

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TORREY SOUTH

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Hosted 52 Farmers Insurance Open Tournaments annually on the PGA Tour. As well as a US Open that was won by Tiger Woods, it is located in La Jolla, San Diego, it was redesigned by Rees Jones.

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VALHALLA

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Hosted the Ryder Cup between the US and Europe, has also hosted 3 PGA Championships on the PGA Tour. The best golf course in Kentucky, was designed by legendary player Jack Nicklaus.

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WAIALA

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Hosted 55 Sony Open in Hawaii Tournaments annually on the PGA Tour. A mature, lushly landscaped, player-friendly Honolulu course, it was built in 1927 after being designed by Seth Raynor.

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WARWICK HILLS

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Hosted 43 Buick Open Tournaments and hosted 2 Ally Challenges annually, on the PGA Tour. Located in Grand Blanc in Michigan, the course was established in 1958, being designed by James Harrison.

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WHISTLING

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Hosted the Ryder Cup between the US and Europe. As well as Hosting 3 PGA Championship Tournaments on the PGA Tour, this links course opened in 1998 it was designed by Pete Dye.