Congressional Country Club

Bethesda — Maryland, USA

International Championship course
Architect: Robert Trent Jones (1957), Rees Jones (1989 and 2006) — Designed: 1924
Severity index: 3 — Difficult
18 holes, Par 72 — Length: 7214 yards
Tee Champ Pro Amateur Junior Ladies
Slope 135 132 129 119 116
Rating 74 72 69 70 67




Can be played in Paris Golf en Ville Trugolf e6 simulators.

About Congressional Country Club


Congressional Country Club is a country club and golf course in Bethesda, Maryland, USA. Congressional opened in 1924 and its Blue Course has hosted five major championships, including three U.S. Opens and a PGA Championship.

It is a biennial stop on the PGA Tour, with the Quicken Loans National (formerly known as the AT&T National) hosted by Tiger Woods until 2020.

Previously, Congressional hosted the former Kemper Open until its move to nearby TPC at Avenel in 1987.

The Blue Course has hosted all of the significant golf tournaments contested at Congressional. The course is often considered among the best 100 courses in the United States; Golf Digest ranked it 89th in its 2006 listing of the 100 Greatest Golf Courses.
In 2007, Golf Digest ranked it 86th in America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses.

The Blue Course has been redesigned by Robert Trent Jones in 1957 and Rees Jones twice, in 1989 and 2006.

The course measures 7,574 yards (6,926 m) from the back tees. It is a par 72 (but plays as a par 71 for all PGA tour events, with hole 11 reduced to a par 4) with a course and slope rating of 75.4/142. Bent grass is used for the fairways and for the greens. Until renovated in 2009, Annual Bluegrass (Poa annua) was used for the greens

The first major championship at Congressional was the U.S. Open in 1964, won by Ken Venturi in oppressive heat with a score of two under par in the last Open to finish with two rounds on Saturday. A dozen years later, the PGA Championship was held at Congressional in 1976. With the course playing as a par 70, 1970 champion Dave Stockton sank a par-saving putt on the 72nd hole to win his second PGA Championship by one stroke at 281 (+1). The second U.S. Open at Congressional was played in 1997. Ernie Els, the 1994 champion, won his second U.S. Open with a score of four under par. The Blue Course hosted the U.S. Open in 2011, and 22-year-old Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland won his first major with a final score of 16 under par, a U.S. Open record, with a victory margin of 8 shots.

Play Congressional Country Club in Paris on simulator


Alone or with friends, whether you are a golfer or not, you can play Congressional Country Club (or one of other 99 international courses available) in Paris, on simulator, in very realistic conditions and spend a good time.

In one click, you can choose to play a selection of holes or the whole course; you can adjust about twenty parameters and display modes and customize the gaming experience and difficulty: the tee-box that is right for you, wind strength, pin position, green speed, fairway hardness, etc ...) or simply you can keep the settings that are available to you. You can also try one of the 35 scoring systems available, for more fun.

You can also choose to take a golf lesson on this course, and enjoy the precision of trajectory measures and the beautiful surroundings.

Please note that the severity index specified above is meant in ideal conditions i.e. no wind, pin position easy,...
If you add some wind, it's a different ball game, some courses can become very difficult.


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Updated on 11-07-19