The Aronimink Golf Club was founded in 1896 in the west Philadelphia area of Pennsylvania. The current course was opened in 1928 in its new location of Newtown Square after the club commissioned Donald Ross to design the course. Over the years, the course gradually underwent changes, but, thankfully, most of Ross’s original design was restored by Ron Prichard in 2003. The only concession to more modern times is that the course plays to a par 70 of 7237 yards. Gary Player won the 1962 PGA championship when it was played here. The 2010 and 2011 AT&T Nationals were taken by Justin Rose and Nick Watney respectively. You can recreate Keegan Bradley’s 2018 BMW Championship by playing it on the new ASG 2018 Season set.