Quicken Loans National moving to Robert Trent Jones Golf Club
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Quicken Loans National moving to Robert Trent Jones Golf Club

Tiger Woods' Quicken Loans National will have a new home in 2015, moving to Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Northern Virginia.

WUSA-TV reports the Gainesville club will be taking over as host this year on a one-year basis. Congressional C.C. voted earlier this year to host the PGA Tour stop on a biannual basis starting this year through 2020. It is unclear where the Quicken Loans National will be played in odd-numbered years after 2015.

Robert Trent Jones (RTJ) G.C. has hosted the Presidents Cup on four occasions, most recently in 2005 when Chris DiMarco sank a clutch putt for the American side to win the matches.

Situated on Lake Manassas, RTJ will be the third course to host the Quicken Loans National, including Congressional and the Philadelphia-area Aronimink C.C., which hosted the event in 2010 and '11 so Congressional could host the 2011 U.S. Open.

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