The fourth and fifth holes at the renovated East course at Oak Hill Country Club.
The approach to No. 13.
A closer look at the 13th hole.
The renovated East course will host the 2023 PGA Championship, the fourth PGA in the club's history.
Back in 1979, George Fazio and nephew Tom were roundly criticized by Donald Ross fans for removing a classic Ross par 4 on Oak Hill East and replacing it with two new holes, including the bowl-shaped par-3 sixth, which would later become the scene of four aces in two hours during the second round of the 1989 U.S. Open. They also built a pond on another par 3 and relocated the green on the par-4 18th. The club hired golf architect Andrew Green to remodel those holes to bring them more in line with Donald Ross’ original style. In addition to putting the final touches (at least for now) on a significant tree removal program, Green re-established Ross's original par-4 hole, then the fifth and now playing as the sixth (pictured here). Reconstruction occurred after the 2019 Senior PGA Championship on the East Course and was completed in May 2020. Oak Hill's East Course will host the 2023 PGA Championship.
100 Greatest: Ranked since 1966.
2023-'24 ranking: 22nd.
Previous ranking: 20th.
Highest ranking: 10th, 2003-2004.
Best in State: Ranked Top 5 in New York 1977-2016; Top 10 since 2017.
Current ranking: 6th since 2017.