How the fairway will look like after the renovation
The fairway at PGA Tour Park in Augusta, Georgia will be restored to its original appearance after a $1.3 billion renovation project.
The fairway, which sits between the course at Augusta National Golf Club and the course’s clubhouse, will be rebuilt with a “modern, contemporary design” with a new, higher fence and green and a better view of the par-3 18th hole.
Pete Dye, chairman of the PGA TOUR, said the course will be open to spectators in 2018 and 2019.
“It’s going to be the most beautiful course in the world,” Dye said.
“It’s a very special, special facility, but it’s also one of the most challenging and challenging venues we’ve ever worked on.”
There are a lot of things that go into a renovation of a course.
It’s not a one-size-fits-all, you have to look at the overall footprint and also the environmental footprint, so it’s a complex and difficult process.
“Dye said it took months to put together the restoration project.”
We didn’t want to wait for the golf course to be completely rebuilt,” Dyes said.”
Our goal was to take the course and create a new environment for the fans, and that’s what we did.
“The fairways will be used for “high-quality events, including the Masters and the U.S. Open, and also for the 2018 Ryder Cup.
“The new design will be “fully functional and ready to go” for the first time, Dye added.
Penthouse Golf Club will reopen for business on Monday, March 7.PGA TOUR officials are planning a three-day tournament, which includes two rounds of 12 holes, to replace the 2017 championship.”
The Augusta National golf course reopened on April 6. “
We are thrilled to bring this event to Augusta and to continue the growth of the tournament.”
The Augusta National golf course reopened on April 6.
The previous day, the clubhouse was closed.
Pardon the language, but the golf community was pretty excited to see a golf course back.
“I’ve been waiting a long time to see this,” said Dan O’Connor, vice president of PGA Golf.
“The PGA is going to continue to build its membership base, and to bring more great golf courses into the PPL.”
The PBA is also looking forward to the future of Pardon the Interruption.
It will host a two-day event, “Pardon The Interruption” on May 14 and 15, to honor the late PGA President Bill Peterson.
Peterson, who died in August, was the PPA’s vice president for community affairs and marketing and helped bring the tour to the Southwestern United States.
He and his wife, Joan, hosted the Pardon The Iceman charity golf tournament at Augusta’s historic Courtyard by Marriott in August of 2016.