Opened for play in 1985, The Club at PGA West in sunny California has earned its title as
"The Western Home of Golf in America." As the host of numerous important tournaments, welcoming players
from the PGA TOUR, Senior PGA Tour, LPGA and NCAA at PGA West you can play the same holes as the greats.
Come for a day and play one amazing course or come for the week and play them all.
Jack Niclaus Tournament Course
The first of six courses, the Jack Nicklaus Tournament Course
will challenge even the best
golfer. Every hole on this course requires its own unique strategy; especially the 561 yard, par 5, 15th
which culminates with a shallow well-bunkered green. The course ends with a spectacular water crossing
shot to the signature 9th and 18th double green.
Jack Niclaus Private Course
The second, Jack Nicklaus course, the Jack Nicklaus Private Course
is signified by its
unique desert terrain. Like all Jack Nicklaus courses, here you will face a different challenge on every
Arnold Palmer Private Course
On the third course, the Arnold Palmer Private
, you will find gentle curves and rounded
bunkers. Here you will have plenty of opportunities to play the hero. The most notable chance comes at
the 532 yard, par 5 finishing hole, where the brave player can take a chance over the rock-lined lake, go
for the green in two, and finish a memorable round with a birdie, or maybe even eagle
Pete Dye Stadium Course
For a true challenge, try the Stadium Course
. Designed by Pete Dye and ranked in The 100
Greatest Courses in the U.S. by Golf Magazine. Revered for its brash beauty and intriguing design, nine of
the holes have water very much in play, and almost every hole displays Pete Dye's tremendous bunkering.
Tom Weiskopf Private Course
The Tom Weiskopf Private Course
is an elegant Scottish links course with large, rolling
greens and liberal use of parallel waste areas. One of the most unique features of the course is the special
"Bye" hole, or 19th hole, that is used to decide the outcome of matches tied after 18.
Greg Norman Golf Course
The newest course at PGA West, the Greg Norman Golf Course
lies in a seabed 40-feet below sea
level surrounded by an immense crescent of terra-cotta mountains. The course teems with purple, white and
yellow wildflowers, while the mix of tall and short native grasses produce different shades of green
running almost to silver. The demands of this course are a challenge for players of all levels.