PGA Championship 2013: Oak Hill Country Club

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Oak Hill Country Club plays host to the 95th PGA Championship this week. (Pictured: First hole at Oak Hill East Course)
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Oak Hill has two golf courses, East and West, that were both designed by famed architect Donald Ross. (Pictured: 9th Hole at Oak Hill East)
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This week's PGA Championship is the sixth major to be played on the East Course. (Pictured: 17th hole)
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Oak Hill East is ranked No. 60 on Golf Magazine's Top 100 Courses in the World and No. 32 on the Top 100 Courses in the U.S. list. (Pictured: 18th hole)
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Defending PGA champion Rory McIlroy got to test out this year's host course last week.
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McIlroy won the 2012 PGA Championship, his second major, by a whopping eight strokes.
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Oak Hill's longtime club pro, Craig Harmon, walked with McIlroy during his practice round.
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The most recent major held at Oak Hill was the 2003 PGA Championship, won by Shaun Micheel.
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Jack Nicklaus won the 1980 PGA at Oak Hill.
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It was his fifth PGA win and his 17th major title.
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At the 1989 U.S. Open at Oak Hill, Curtis Strange ended up on top of the leaderboard, capturing his second consecutive Open title.