Pittsburgh National is out off by itself in the country without houses lining the course, a mix of holes, some tight and tree lined, others more open and forgiving off the tee, and some movement to the land. Challenging, but playable, the back nine is the tougher side over rolling hills. Bentgrass from tee to green, plays from 5,100 yards to 6,900 yards, designed by Ron Forse. The white tees are 6,464 yards, 71.2/135. It's at least an hour northeast of Pittsburgh, off the PA Turnpike at exit 39, then north to Bakerstown, then east to the course.
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