The entrance to PGA West in La Quinta, California.

The golf courses at PGA West, better known as The Western Home of Golf in America, are located in La Quinta, California amongst one of the most prestigious luxury communities in the United States. A short drive from Palm Springs, the PGA West resort is host to six world famous championship golf courses, three of which are open to the public. The golf courses of PGA West are nestled at the base of the majectic Santa Rosa mountains and provide golfers with breathtaking views of this desert oasis. Created by 5 of the top golf course architects, PGA West is a golf resort like no other. The designers, Jack Nicklaus, Pete Dye, Arnold Palmer, Greg Norman, and Tom Weiskopf have created a unique golf experience for all types of players on all types of courses.


Numerous PGA Tour, Senior PGA, LPGA, and NCAA events have enjoyed the hospitality of the PGA West Golf Courses throughout the years including The Skins Game, The Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, The Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf, The PGA Grand Slam of Golf, and the PGA Tour's Qualifying School. The Bob Hope Chrysler Classic is currently played on the Palmer Private Course. PGA West is also host to The Jim McLean Golf School; one of the leading golf schools in the nation. If the PGA West Golf Courses are not enough to fill your golf appetite, the Palm Springs/Coachella Valley area boasts well over 125 golf courses making it the golf capital of the world.
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TPC Stadium Course Arnold Palmer Course
Jack Nicklaus Tournament Jack Nicklaus Course
Greg Nornam Course Tom Weiskopf Course
The 17th hole on the Stadium course at PGA West. This hole, better known as Alcatraz, is where Lee Trevino had a hole-in-one during the 1987 Skins Game.


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