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PGA Tour - The Colonial Country Club Course

Home of the 2005 Bank of America Colonial

The Colonial Country Club Course

Course Outline

Scorecard


Hole   Par   Yards
15563
24387
34467
43252
54472
64394
74432
83194
94402
104407
115611
124417
133171
144448
154428
163188
174382
184433
  Address: 3735 Country Club Circle, Fort Worth, TX 76109 Opened: 1929
Course Par: 70
Holes: 18
Male Yardage: 7054
Course Designer: Perry Maxwell

The par-70 Colonial Country Club is 7,054 yards from the championship tees. This extremely difficult and well-maintained course has water hazards that come into play on a number of holes. This club has been the home of PGA Tour's Bank of America Colonial (formerly the MasterCard Colonial) since 1938. The club hosted the 1941 U.S. Open. GOLF MAGAZINE rates the course among the "Top 100 Courses in the U.S." Previous winners include, Steve Flesch, Kenny Perry, Nick Price, Sergio Garcia, Phil Mickelson and more.

Home of the Bank of America Colonial Tournament
[Colonial Country Club Homepage]
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