|Location||4700 Pecan Valley Drive|
San Antonio, Texas, U.S.
|Elevation||590 feet (180 m)|
|Established||1963 (closed 2012)|
|Tournaments hosted||PGA Championship (1968)|
Texas Open Invitational
|Designed by||J. Press Maxwell (1963)|
|Length||7,010 yards (6,410 m)|
Pecan Valley Golf Club was a golf club in the southern United States, located in San Antonio, Texas. Opened in 1963, the golf course was designed by J. Press Maxwell and was renovated in 1998 by Bob Cupp. It hosted the PGA Championship in 1968, won by 48-year-old Julius Boros for his third major title.
Pecan Valley ceased operations in January 2012, the first major championship venue closed in the U.S. since Pomonok Country Club in Queens, New York, host of the PGA Championship in 1939, was sold in 1949. It is not known when play will be permitted again; development on a portion of the property began Plans are for development of a new nine-hole par-3 course, built to championship golf standards and designed for people with limited mobility and provide specialized equipment.
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