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ATLANTA TO GET LONG AWAITED TPC?
Published January 6, 1995
Long-discussed plans for a Tournament Players Club in Atlanta could be finalized as early as this summer, according to PGA Commissioner Tim Finchem. If the TPC were constructed, it could eventually be a new site for the BellSouth Classic which has been played at Atlanta Country Club since its inception in 1967. Finchem: "We're looking at two different sites now. If we get the deal done this year, we might be able to play in '97, but more likely in '98" (Glenn Sheeley, ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 1/6).