The Belfry PGA National Course Review
The latter is a typically European course, whereas The PGA National is much more like the courses you see used by the PGA Tour and to this end an equally challenging layout to play.
It was designed by the incomparable Dave Thomas, who also had a hand in the Brabazon, and was the first course on the continent to carry PGA branding. It features four large, man-made lakes that look as if they have been established for hundreds of years, even though the course only opened in 1997. They come into play on eight holes, so accurate, well-struck shots are essential.
The fairways are split by man-made mounds, which would make it a natural tournament venue, and there are plenty of bunkers dotted around the course protecting the wonderful greens. The course measures 7,053 yards from the back tees and 6,153 yards from the yellow tees.
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