With the Charles Schwab Challenge coming up between May 25-28, here are all the key details you need to know in order to prepare for the tournament, including how Sam Burns won last year and insights about the course.
Colonial Country Club, Fort Worth, Texas
7,209; par 70
259 – Zach Johnson (2010)
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Perry Maxwell and John Bredemus designed the Colonial Country Club course in 1936. Built on the bank of the Trinity River, it hosted the U.S. Open five years later and an annual PGA TOUR event since 1946.
Notable Course Features
Holes 3-5 at Colonial form the club’s “Horrible Horseshoe.” The third hole is a 483-yard par-4 followed by the two toughest holes on the course in 2022. The 247-yard, par-3 fourth, which plays to an elevated green, was second toughest. The most difficult hole was the 481-yard, par-4 fifth, which runs between trees and a ditch on the left and the Trinity River on the right.
The Charles Schwab Challenge partners with charitable organizations in the Dallas – Fort Worth area through the Birdies for Charity program. The tournament also partners with Folds of Honor, First Tee Fort Worth and the Charles Schwab Challenge Military Home Donation.