n 2002, a comprehensive golf course remodeling, including the rebuilding of all fairway and greenside bunkers, tees, and seven green complexes, as well as the regrading of selected fairways was performed in preparation for the 2006 PGA Championship. In 2009 we rebuilt and redesigned the other 11 green complexes in addition to creating a completely new 15th hole to provide a classic risk and reward short par four. The 15th hole is the shortest par four on Course #3 and comes at a crucial part of the round, following the long par five 14th and before the famous closing three hole stretch. The landing area and green have shifted slightly up the slope to the left. The new pond to protects the right side of the second half of the hole. New tees allow the hole to play in a range of distances from 280 yards to 375 yards. This creates a hole that for day-to-day play gives the members a challenging driver/short iron hole with a portion of the green protected by the pond on the right while leaving an open entrance on the left. It also creates an excellent option of using the hole as a drivable par four for the match play format of the Ryder Cup.