Report: 2023 PGA Championship headed back to Oak Hill
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Report: 2023 PGA Championship headed back to Oak Hill


Oak Hill in upstate New York will host the 2023 PGA Championship.

The deal is expected to be announced Sept. 1, according to WHAM-TV. The Pittsford club is also reportedly in negotiations to become a long-term part of the PGA's rotation, with a potential deal in the works to bring multiple PGA of America events to the club, including another PGA Championship in approximately 2030 and perhaps the KPMG Women's PGA Championship before 2023.

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In 2013, Jason Dufner won his first major championship at Oak Hill, in a week that included one of 27 rounds of 63 shot in men's major championship history. Back in 2003, Shaun Micheel outdueled Chad Campbell for his one and only major title. The Wanamaker was also decided at Oak Hill in 1980, won by Jack Nicklaus.

Oak Hill has also hosted three U.S. Opens, most recently in 1989, and was site of the 1995 Ryder Cup.

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