Photos of Whistling Straits, home of the 2010 PGA Championship
October 05, 2011
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will be held at Whistling Straits - the second time the Pete Dye course will host the fourth major of the year. Vijay Singh won the PGA Championship the first time it was held on the Straits Course, in 2004.
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The par-3, 223-yard 17th hole is known as Pinched Nerve.
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The par-5, 619-yard 11th hole is known as Sand Box.
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The par-4, 462-yard eighth hole is known as On the Rocks.
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Fans on the 17th hole in 2004.
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The ninth green, foreground, is a chip shot from the 18th.
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The 18th hole is named Dyeabolical after its creator, Pete Dye. It is one of the toughest finishing holes in golf. The 18th will be tougher in 2010 thanks to a new tee box.
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at the par-3, 214-yard seventh, known as Shipwreck, during the 2004 PGA Championship.
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The Straits Course offers stunning views. The fourth hole, known as "Glory," is one of many that border Lake Michigan.
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The course was so well received during the '04 PGA that it was awarded the 2007 U.S. Senior Open, the 2010 and 2015 PGA Championships, and the 2020 Ryder Cup.
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The 2004 PGA championship official logo features a personification of the god of wind, as does the 2010 logo.
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