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5 Key Holes in the Ryder Cup at Medinah Country Club
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Historic Medniah Country Club will offer a perfect venue for the 39th Ryder Cup

Medinah Country Club was opened in 1925. It has a storied history and has hosted three Western Opens, one U.S. Senior Open, two PGA Championships and three U.S. Opens. 

Hale Irwin won the 1990 U.S. Open and Tiger Woods won the 1999 and 2006 PGA Championships at Medinah.

It is a classic, old-style golf course requiring length off the tee and accurate iron play. The tree-lined fairways of the No. 3 course at Medinah will play to 7,658 yards and par-72.

With the boisterous Chicago sports fans providing the buzz and cheers, Medinah should prove to be a perfect venue for the 39th Ryder Cup

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