Medinah Country Club in Medinah, Ill., near Chicago will host the 39th Ryder Cup. The No. 3 course is a 7,658-yard, par-72 layout that is the longest course in Ryder Cup history. Golf Channel’s Frank Nobilo offers a video look at the course's history and some of the key holes:
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