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Golf Australia Express : August 2013 - PGA Championship
And as if that wasn't enough star sculpting, Oak Hill had one last fling with course architect Tom Fazio, who added his twist to the famous layout in time for the last PGA Championship held here back in 2003. The story of this iconic golf club is probably best told by its current Tudor-style clubhouse, a grand, physical structure symbolic of how far the club has come since the more modest days of its original clubhouse—a converted farmhouse lit by kerosene lamps. The aging beauty that is Oak Hill might have had a few nips and tucks over the years, but its core beauty has remained intact, and that's what keeps it regarded among the highest company of US layouts year after year. OTG LOOKING TO IMPROVE YOUR GAME? www.findapgapro.com.au Quick Facts... • Length: 7145 yards [6533m] • Par: 70 • Designer: Donald Ross • Established: 1901 • Location: Pittsburgh, New York • Type: Private East Course
July 2013 - THE OPEN