East Course

With elevated greens, three lakes and more than 100 bunkers, the par-71 East Course stretches across 7,102 yards of natural hazards, rolling fairways and daunting greens. Opened in 1969, the East Course was also home to the Nationwide Tour’s Reese’s Cup Classic from 1997 to 2004.

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West Course

The par-72, 6,750 yard West Course at Hershey Country Club was designed by Maurice McCarthy in 1930. Its signature par-3 fifth hole plays atop the hill on the front lawn of High Point mansion, Milton Hershey’s estate, which served as a clubhouse until 1970.

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Championship History

The PGA Professional National Championship began in 1968, to provide additional playing opportunities for PGA Professionals. In more than three decades, it has become a showcase event for PGA Professionals, featuring some of the finest players in the Association.

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44th PGA Professional
National Championship

Hershey Country Club, Hershey, Pa.
East Course and West Course
June 26-29, 2011
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