Pete Dye Course

World-renowned golf course designer Pete Dye, often called the “Greatest Modern Day Architect,” sketched his early vision for a special sort of golf course in French Lick on a napkin at a local restaurant. Considered Dye’s best inland site offering golfers 40-mile panoramic views.

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Donald Ross’ History

Originally named the Hill Course, the golf course at French Lick was later renamed the Donald Ross Course after the famed golf course architect who designed the course in 1917. Walter Hagen won the PGA Championship in 1924, by beating James Barnes, he received a grand price of $6,830.

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Championship History

The PGA Professional National Championship began in 1968, to provide additional playing opportunities for PGA Professionals. In more than three decades, it has become a showcase event for PGA Professionals, featuring some of the finest players in the Association.

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