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      The Doral Golf Resort & Spa was founded in 1962 by real estate pioneer Alfred Kaskel. The Doral name came from an amalgamation of the first names of Kaskel and his wife, Doris. Today, the resort features five golf courses, with the “Blue Monster” being the most well known. The original Dick Wilson design opened in 1961 and was the longtime host site of the Doral Open on the PGA Tour from 1962-2006. Since 2007, it has been the site of the World Golf Championship-Cadillac Championship. In 2009, the course joined the PGA Tour’s Tournament Players Club network of courses and it was rebranded as the TPC Blue Monster at Doral.

      Two other courses at the resort have hosted major events. The Gold Course was used for the 1999 PGA Tour’s Qualifying Tournament and the Red Course hosted the Office Depot event on the LPGA Tour in 2000.

       

      Championship Facts

      PAR AND YARDAGE: The TPC Blue Monster Course at Doral Golf Resort & Spa Miami will be set up at 7,099 yards for the men and 6,295 yards for the women. It will play to a par of 36-36—72. (NOTE: yardages subject to change)

      COURSE/SLOPE RATING: Based on the course setup for the championship, the Course Rating™ is 76.1 for the men and 78.6 for the women. The Slope Rating® is 144 for the men and 149 for the women.

      GOLF COURSE ARCHITECTS: The TPC Blue Monster Course at Doral Golf Resort & Spa Miami, which opened in 1962, was originally designed by Dick Wilson and has received renovations by Raymond Floyd and Jim McLean. Gil Hanse, who will serve as the architect for the golf courses utilized at the 2016 Summer Olympic Games, will conduct renovations following the 2013 WGC-Cadillac Championship.

       

       

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