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Colonial Memphis (PC)
This is not a typo. We’ve already released one Colonial Country Club. That one’s in Texas. This one is in the Memphis suburb of Cordova, Tennessee. It was first used on the PGA Tour in 1958, when Billy Maxwell won the initial Memphis Open and captured the $2800 first prize. It was the home of the Danny Thomas Memphis Classic, and the FedEx St. Jude Classic until 1988. It was one of the longer and tougher courses on the tour. Its two most famous moments happened within two days of each other during the 1977 event. In the Wednesday pro-am, President Gerald Ford made a hole-in-one. And in the Friday round, Al Geiberger stunned the golfing world by shooting the first ever round of 59. Cary Middlecoff, Tony Lemma, Jack Nicklaus, Dave Hill four times, Lee Trevino three times, Gary Player, Gene Littler, Geiberger, and Raymond Floyd are some of the champions there. A colonial membership brochure invites you to “walk in the footsteps of legends”. ASG now invites you to do the same.