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Tee to Green: Nobilo walks AAC

Atlanta Athletic Club
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For the fifth time in its history, Atlanta Athletic Club in Atlanta, Ga., will play host to a major championship. The venue was also the site of the 1976 U.S. Open, won by Jerry Pate; the 1981 PGA Championship, won by Larry Nelson; the 1990 U.S. Women's Open, won by Betsy King; and the 2001 PGA Championship, won by David Toms.

Ten years after Toms' dramatic victory over Phil Mickelson, the PGA of America returns to Atlanta. Golf Channel’s Frank Nobilo gives you an in-depth look, from tee to green, of some of the key holes and components of Atlanta Athletic Club.

No. 1, 454 yards, par 4

No. 2, 512 yards, par 4

No. 3, 475 yards, par 4

No. 4, 219 yards, par 3

No. 6, 425 yards, par 4

No. 12, 551 yards, par 5

No. 14, 468 yards, par 4

No. 15, 260 yards, par 3

No. 16, 476 yards, par 4

No. 17, 207 yards, par 3

No. 18, 507 yards, par 4