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Sedgefield Country Club (PC)
Sedgefield Country Club was first used on the PGA tour in 1938 and was in use most years through the late 70s as host of the Greater Greensboro Open. Since 2008 it has been the home of the Wyndham Championship. It is certainly a fitting SBS substitute on any of our Tour seasons. It currently is the only Donald Ross designed course that is in regular use on the PGA Tour. In 1961, Charlie Gifford became the first African American golfer to compete in a PGA Tour event in the South. In 1965, Sam Snead became the oldest player (53) to ever win a PGA Tour event. Sedgefield plays to a par 70, at 7127 yards.