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TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm

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Lake day.

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Lake day. 

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Donnie Barrett You play 4 rounds this weekend and declare yourself the winner.. who can say no way?

Watch a great hole in 1 there about 2010 4 iron straight in the hole 🕳

This week we usually have a tour event...sadly, we are without a tournament this year. The DC area needs another PGA Tournament!!! #pgatour

Elizabeth Holmes 🏊‍♂️🏊‍♂️

“They’ve got the rough up, fairways in. It’s like a mini-Open here.” - Tiger Woods, 2018 Quicken Loans National at TPC Potomac

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“They’ve got the rough up, fairways in. It’s like a mini-Open here.” - Tiger Woods, 2018 Quicken Loans National at TPC Potomac

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“You could 100% host a U.S. Open here starting tomorrow. I mean, you really could.” - Justin Thomas, 2017 Quicken Loans National at TPC Potomac

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“You could 100% host a U.S. Open here starting tomorrow. I mean, you really could.” - Justin Thomas, 2017 Quicken Loans National at TPC Potomac

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Wishing you were preparing for Tiger’s annual Tournament—going to miss it! 😥

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2021 Wells Fargo Championship

At TPC Potomac

Host of the 2021 Wells Fargo Championship

TPC Potomac will host the 2021 Wells Fargo Championship. The par 70 golf course measures 7,139 yards and has played host to several PGA TOUR events such as the Quicken Loans National and the Neediest Kids Championship.

“Wells Fargo, the PGA TOUR and tournament host organization Champions for Education announced today that Wells Fargo has extended its sponsorship of the Wells Fargo Championship through 2024 after signing a five-year extension. The announcement was made today by leaders from Wells Fargo, the PGA TOUR and Champions for Education.

Quail Hollow Club, home to the Wells Fargo Championship since its PGA TOUR debut in 2003, will continue to host the event.

“Since 2003, the Wells Fargo Championship has established itself as a premier event in the sports-rich city of Charlotte, with a supportive fan base, outstanding host venue and highly engaged title sponsor,” said PGA TOUR Commissioner Jay Monahan. “It also continues to impact the community through the charitable efforts of Champions for Education, for which Wells Fargo has played a major role. The Wells Fargo Championship is a favorite stop among our players, and we are excited to announce that this relationship will continue for an additional five years.”

The 2018 Wells Fargo Championship generated more than $1.5 million for Charlotte-area charitable organizations, raising the tournament’s all-time total to $22 million.

The Wells Fargo Championship is an important part of the fabric of the community and today’s announcement allows us to continue to support our charitable efforts,” said Wells Fargo Championship Tournament Director Gary Sobba. “It is also an exciting time for our 2,300 volunteers—many of whom are Wells Fargo team members. We are fortunate that our tournament has become a popular spring tradition for PGA TOUR players, our partners and fans throughout the Carolinas.”

Quail Hollow Club President Johnny Harris said, “Today’s announcement is special for Quail Hollow Club members and staff. From the beginning, our goal was to create an exciting environment for the players, patrons, and partners as we gather to celebrate the game of golf and incorporate the tremendous support of the community. We are so honored by the success of this annual event and are grateful for all who have helped us along the way. We have been fortunate to host the best players in the world and are looking forward to welcoming them back for years to come.”

Because of the Presidents Cup at Quail Hollow Club in 2021, the event will move for one year to TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm in Washington, D.C. Known for its natural rolling terrain and Scottish-style bunkering, this well-regarded venue has played host to past PGA TOUR events”

Click here to read the full press release.