The Quail Hollow Club is a country club and golf course in the southeastern United States, located in the Quail Hollow neighborhood in Charlotte, North Carolina. It is a private member club, founded by James J. Harris on April 13, 1959. The club hosted the Kemper Open on the PGA Tour from 1969 through 1979, and the senior tour's PaineWebber Invitational from 1983 through 1989. The PGA Tour returned to Quail Hollow in 2003 with the Wachovia Championship, now the Wells Fargo Championship. Quail Hollow was designed by golf course architect George Cobb to capture the beauty as well as challenging terrain of the Piedmont region. Opened in 1961, it underwent a series of improvements, including modifications of several holes by Arnold Palmer in 1986, and a redesign by Tom Fazio in 1997 and 2003. South of central Charlotte, the average elevation of the course is approximately above sea level. The club is hosting the 2017 PGA Championship, from August 10 to the 13th, the final major of the year. Because of this, the Wells Fargo event for May 2017 was moved to Wilmington and held at Eagle Point Golf Club, near the Atlantic coast. Quail Hollow is scheduled to host the fourteenth edition of the Presidents Cup in
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