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Harbor Shores familiarity bringing unique asset to KitchenAid Senior Championship

Harbor Shores first hosted the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship in 2012, and this year marks the tournament’s fourth trip to Benton Harbor, Michigan. With that, course familiarity becomes a unique asset that is not often in play at a major — as three of the four other senior majors change venues annually.

“I suppose it’s like the only other major that you feel is that way is Augusta,” said Colin Montgomerie, who won at Harbor Shores in 2014. “And any time that you go back and someone had done quite well, well of course you look forward to it. All the other majors tend to change direction, so it’s good to come back to somewhere that you’ve done well before.”


Rocco Mediate is another previous champion at Harbor Shores, as he won in wire-to-wire fashion in 2016. He’s not the defending champion, but he is the last player to win here.

When asked what that means, Mediate’s answer was simple.

“I guess we’ll find that out here shortly, a couple days,” he said.

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