Brooks Koepka claimed his second major of the 2018 season by seeing off a resurgent Tiger Woods to win the 100th PGA Championship at Bellerive Country Club on Sunday.
El Potrerillo de Larreta Resort & Country Club is set in the heart of Argentina at the foothills of the Sierras Chicas de Córdoba. The estancia is set in 420 acres of truly stunning countryside which is blessed with the ideal climate and a picture perfect golfing site.
Brooks Koepka won his second major of 2018 at Bellerive Country Club by seeing off a resurgent Tiger Woods to claim the 100th PGA Championship on a compelling final day in St. Louis.
Bryce Swanson, vice president and senior designer with the Rees Jones architectural firm, is totally familiar with Bellerive and he has selected four specific holes to watch during the 100th PGA Championship this week.
The 100th PGA Championship will be played this week at Bellerive Country Club, opened for play in 1960 through the architectural skills of Robert Trent Jones, Sr. Four architects weigh in with their views of this modern design.
This week marks the playing of the 100th PGA Championship with Bellerive County Club as the host site for the second occasion, but it’s the last time this major will be staged in the month of August and M. James Ward questions whether "Mayday" will save the PGA.
For those of you who are scoffing at the distance of the course, the third hole, a 253-yard par three is a real gut check. Not only is it long, it is well protected with three small greenside bunkers and one large one at about 200 yards off the tee.
In June, our correspondent in France set up a week-long tour of top courses in and around Paris, with a cast list that included half the national Top 10. Here’s how events unfolded when we set out to play this stellar roster of French layouts…