The Royal and Ancient invests $16 million on The PGA Championship’s host venues – Golf News
The Royal and Ancient (R&A) has invested a total of $16 million on The PGA Championship’s host venues, making it more difficult for players to register low scores during the tournament.
According to Peter Dawson, the Chief Executive of R&A, the investment has been made in order to shape the course with respect to the modern state of the game.
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