PGA Championship Director Optimistic About Oak Hill’s Condition Ahead Of Major
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PITTSFORD, NY (WHEC) – With the PGA Championship roughly three and a half months away, course and club preparations continue at Oak Hill Country Club, the site of the 2023 major.
This will be the Pittsford-based club’s first time hosting since 2013 when Jason Dufner won. Unlike then, however, this tournament will take place in the spring due to a shakeup in the scheduling of majors.
With that has come questions surrounding the mercurial weather in Western New Year and if that would stand in the way of putting the tournament on. PGA Championship Director, Bryan Karns doesn’t appear to be worried.
“At the end of the day the golf course is going to be ready,” Karns said. “We just need the weather to cooperate a little bit and I think we’ll be in great shape.”
Tournament week runs from May 15-21 and tickets can be found here.