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  • Baltusrol Golf Club, which had hosted the 2005 and 2016 men's championships, was awarded the 2023 women's and 2029 men's championships together.Women's PGA Championship-Wikipedia
  • The tournament was held at Baltusrol, and he broke Hogan's 72-hole record by one shot with a 275 when he birdied the par 5 18th hole.Jack Nicklaus-Wikipedia
  • This was Nicklaus's second major win at Baltusrol Golf Club.Jack Nicklaus-Wikipedia
  • He added to his reputation as a power hitter in 1993 by becoming, apparently, the first (and still the only) player to reach the green of the famous 630-yard hole 17 at Baltusrol Golf Club's Lower Course in two strokes.John Daly (golfer)-Wikipedia
  • At the 2016 PGA Championship at Baltusrol Golf Club, Walker shot a 65 in the first round to hold the lead by one stroke.Jimmy Walker (golfer)-Wikipedia
  • The following year, Mickelson captured his second major at the PGA Championship at Baltusrol, in a Monday final-round conclusion that had been forced by inclement weather the previous day.Phil Mickelson-Wikipedia

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