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The 95th PGA Championship Oak Hill Country Club East Course

Oak Hill Country Club was the first to host a half-dozen of the most prestigious championship golf events: the Ryder Cup, U.S. Open Championship, U.S. Senior Open Championship, U.S. Amateur Championship, Senior PGA Championship and PGA Championship. Oak Hill’s famed ...

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PGA Championship: A club rich in history, renown

In her office at the top of Oak Hill Country Club’s signature turret, next to an attic filled with golf-related memorabilia, staff curator Mary Szpak tends the club’s artifacts.   It is her job to collect, preserve and display items ...

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Will Tiger be up to the test?

Remember when Tiger Woods’ biggest problem was that he couldn’t win a Grand Slam in the same year, despite owning all four majors titles from the 2000 U.S. Open to the 2001 Masters?   Have you forgotten that mysterious "Tiger ...

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PGA Championship spectator information

General information Visit pgachampionship.com or go to Facebook.com/pgachampionship | [email protected] Public parking All spectators should use the free public parking lots at Monroe Community College (Blue Lot) and Rochester Technology Park (Grey Lot). Carpooling is highly encouraged. Shuttle hours Shuttles ...

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Nearly a century of glory

The year was 1916. Department store owner Rodman Wanamaker thought the fledgling PGA of America-formed that April-needed an annual championship similar to the British News of the World Tournament. A savvy businessman, he also thought success of the new players ...

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A Hall of Famer takes it all in

Most mornings, Craig Harmon is like most commuters on their way to work. The venerable Oak Hill Country Club teaching pro is preoccupied with thoughts of impending tasks, from fixing the hitch in a golfer’s swing to ordering 50 new ...

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PGA Championship: A PGA Championship history quiz

Do you think you know the history of the PGA Championship and Oak Hill Country Club? Here’s a chance to put your knowledge to the test. The answers are on page 28. 1. In the first PGA Championship in 1926, ...

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PGA Championship: Quiz answers

1. $500 2. $1,445,000 3. 1917-18 and 1943 4. Gene Sarazen 5. 1957 6. Arnold Palmer, in 1964 7. 1988 8. Runner-up, in 2006 9. Walter Hagen 10. 1999, 2000, 2006, 2007 11. 99 12. Donald Ross 13. The East ...

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PGA Championship: PGA Champions through the years

The inaugural PGA Championship was played in 1916 at Siwanoy Country Club in Bronxville, N.Y. The following is a complete list of PGA Championship winners and tournament locations.   2012 Rory McIlroy, The Ocean Course, Kiawah Island, S.C. 2011 Keegan Bradley, Atlanta ...

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PGA Championship: Major victories at Oak Hill

Tournament  Winner 2008 Senior PGA Jay Haas 2003 PGA Shaun Micheel 1998 U.S. Amateur Hank Kuehne 1995 Ryder Cup Europe 1989 U.S. Open Curtis Strange 1984 U.S. Senior Open Miller Barber 1980 PGA Jack Nicklaus 1968 U.S. Open Lee Trevino 1956 U.S. Open Cary Middlecoff 1949 U.S. Amateur Charles Coe      ...

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RBJ 75: The private company CEOs

Private Companies Jeffery Davis President and CEO, Elmer W. Davis Inc. Davis has been at Elmer W. Davis Inc. since 1979 as an estimator and took control as president and CEO in 1995. Davis sits on the boards of Golisano ...

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RBJ 75: Wegmans grows by refusing to rest on its success

Over the past few years, Wegmans Food Markets Inc. has been opening new stores at a rate of two or three a year, headlined by the long-awaited opening of the new East Avenue store in May.

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RBJ 75: Building the new Constellation Brands

One could not describe the last year at Constellation Brands Inc. as boring or uneventful. The Victor-based wine, beer and spirits company completed a multibillion-dollar acquisition that makes it the third-largest beer producer in the United States and nearly doubles ...

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RBJ 75: RIT pursues goal of boosting its national standing

In the six years William Destler has been at the helm of Rochester Institute of Technology, the university has added the equivalent of a small college’s worth of students.   During that period the student body increased by nearly 3,000, ...

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RBJ 75: For Manning & Napier, the sum has many parts

When U.S. consumers think about health care, they think of it as expensive, complex and wasteful, a recent survey shows.   Manning & Napier Inc. wants to change the opinion of those that responded to a 2012 survey by the ...

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