The magnificent William S. Flynn treasure has been host to 10 major championships, including the 1938, 1960 and 1978 U.S. Open, the 1941 and 1985 PGA Championship and the 1990 U.S. Amateur. Built in 1922, the course plays to 7,466 yards and a par of 71 for championship golf. At more than a mile above sea level, the course plays shorter than its yardage, but lulls a contestant into a false sense of security over the shorter earlier holes and then bursts into all its fury at the par-3 8th. The finishing holes are some of the most memorable in all of golf.