The PGA Championship
Oak Hill Clubhouse

Oak Hill Country Club

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Oak Hill hosted the 1995 Ryder Cup Matches and the course played very long due to cold weather and wet conditions. During the 1980 PGA Championship and the 1989 U.S. Open, the conditions were warm but also very wet. Jack Nicklaus was the only player under par in 1980 finishing with a 6-under-par 274. Curtis Strange finished 2-under-par 278 when he captured the 1989 U.S. Open. Oak Hill's main challenge is always off of the tee. It is a very difficult driving course. The fairway widths average around 23 yards with many trees just off of the landing areas. If the course plays "fast" with dry conditions the best driver of the ball will win the tournament.

  • Designer: Donald Ross
  • Year Built: 1923
  • Classification: Private
  • Greens: N
  • Fairway Grass Type: B

Take a hole-by-hole tour

What follows is a hole-by-hole walking tour of Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, New York, site of the 85th PGA Championship with PGA Professional Craig Harmon providing the analysis.

Oak Hill Country Club

East Course
Rochester, NY
7,134 Yards / Par 70

Click hole numbers to navigate
12 34 56 78 9OUT
460401 214570 428175 461428 4523589
44 35 43 44 435
1011 1213 1415 1617 18IN
429226 372598 323181 439495 4823545
43 45 43 44 435
 
 
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