Trump National Golf Club, Washington D.C.: Virtual tour
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Trump National Golf Club, Washington D.C.: Virtual tour

Trump National Golf Club, Washington, D.C. -- which is really in Sterling, Va., about 20 miles outside of the nation's capital -- is hosting the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship. The Tom Fazio designed course was originally known as Lowe's Island before the Trump Organization bought the club in 2009 with a reported price tag of $18 million to prior owner Chevy Chase Bank.

The property's Championship Course -- considered a "Donald J. Trump Signature Course" -- was opened in 1990, with the Arthur Hills-designed Riverside Course opening in 1999. When Trump bought the property, he combined facets of both of those courses to create the course which hosts the second senior major of the year.

We take you on a virtual tour of the Championship Course, which can play 7,693 yards from the tips. (The Senior PGA Championship is played, largely, from a box up.)

Take a virtual tour of Trump National Golf Club, Washington D.C.

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