Forgotten Major Championship Venues

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Aronimink Golf Club (Newtown Square, Pa.) hosted the 1962 PGA Championship and the 2003 Senior PGA Championship. This weekend's AT&T National will also be played at Aronimink.
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Arnold Palmer won the 1960 U.S. Open at Cherry Hills Country Club (Cherry Hills Village, Colo.). The course has played host to U.S. Opens (1938, 1960, 1978), PGA Championships (1941, 1985), and a U.S. Women's Open (2005).
3 of 8 Kemper Lakes Golf Club
Kemper Lakes Golf Club (Kildeer, Ill.) held the 1989 PGA Championship won by Payne Stewart.
4 of 8 Seaview Golf Resort
Sam Snead won the 1942 PGA Championship at Seaview Golf Resort's Bay Course (Galloway, N.J.).
5 of 8 Pecan Valley Golf Club
Pecan Valley Golf Club (San Antonio, Texas) hosted the 50th PGA Championship in 1968. Julius Boros won the tournament with a 1-over total, and Arnold Palmer finished in a tie for second, marking the closest Palmer ever came to winning a PGA Championship.
6 of 8 Tanglewood Golf Club
Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Tanglewood Golf Club (Clemmons, N.C.) was the site of the 1974 PGA Championship won by Lee Trevino.
7 of 8 Hershey Country Club
Byron Nelson won the 1940 PGA Championship at Hershey Country Club's West Course (Hershey, Pa.).
8 of 8 AP
The first-ever U.S. Open took place at Newport Country Club (Newport, R.I.) in 1895. Back then, Newport was only a nine-hole track, and the tournament had 11 entrants. The golfers played 36 holes in one day, with Englishman Horace Rawlins claiming the title and $150 prize.