TPC at The Woodlands

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The Woodlands Country Club is a private golf club in The Woodlands, Texas. The club comprises three courses, the Palmer Course, the Tournament Course and the Player Course.

From 1985 to 2004, the Tournament Course was known as the TPC at The Woodlands. Originally designed by Robert Von Hagge and Bruce Devlin in 1978, it was the venue for the Houston Open on the PGA Tour on 18 occasions from 1984, and also played host to the LPGA Tour's Samsung World Championship in 2003. Winners at Woodlands include major winners Vijay Singh, Curtis Strange and David Duval

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Coordinates: 30°08′36″N 95°27′46″W / 30.1433°N 95.4628°W / 30.1433; -95.4628