The Concessional Golf Club was designed by Jack Nicklaus and Tony Jacklin. The pair shared a memorable moment of Ryder Cup history when Jack conceded the final putt in the 1969 Ryder Cup to Tony, resulting in the first tie in the competition's history.
Jack Nicklaus design has designed over 400 courses worldwide. Tony Jacklin has designed seven course. The Concession Golf Club is their only collaboration.
It was named "Best New Private Course" by Golf Digest when it opened in 2006. It is certainly no pushover with a course rating of 76.7 and a slope rating of 155.
It will bring back good memories for Bryson DeChambeau who won the 2015 NCAA Championship there by a single stroke over C.T. Pan.
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