La Quinta, California
Semi-Private Course

Club at PGA West

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55955 PGA Blvd
La Quinta, CA 92253-5677, United States

Six high-end courses are part of this resort, which is located just outside Palm Springs, California. The PGA Tour's annual Palm Springs-area event uses the Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus Private courses; the former is perhaps most-famous for David Duval's final round 59 in 1999.

The resort includes access to the following courses, at these nearby addresses:

81405 Kingston Heath
La Quinta CA 92253-7678

56150 PGA Blvd
La Quinta CA 92253-4600

The Nicklaus, Palmer, and Weiskopf Private Courses are only for PGA West members and their invited guests.

Course Details
GPS Mapped:Yes what is this?
General Manager:John Cochrane
Superintendent:Jared M. Stanek, GCSAA
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Season Start:Year-round
Reserved Tee Times:
Pro Shop :yes
Fairways Grass:Bermuda, rye
Driving Range:Grass hitting surface
Short Game Practice:yes with sand bunker
Water Hazards:Moderate
Sand Bunkers:Heavy

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  roongcro - 6/19/13
Hot weather.
  cubbie - 8/11/12
Played in the early morning during the summertime. The heat was still bearable and the course played as it should. TOUGH!! Just seems like there was trouble everywhere that wants to creep up and wreck your scorecard. It is a great test of golf physically and mentally. A true beast of a golf course from the back tees.
  craigsd - 1/20/12
Although target golf is not my thing, this is a well laid out course with great scenery. A fun course tp play.
  Von-Diesel - 6/17/11
I played both the Nicklaus Tournament (twice) and the Stadium courses. I preferred the Nicklaus course; challenging, but still fair and very fun to play! For my tastes, the Stadium (Dye) course is a little too gimmicky - where most of the hazards (size, length, depth) felt over dramatic and unnecessary. But, I suppose that's what some love about it. Value-wise, if you go during the summer, greens fees are quite affordable. I don't think I'd be willing to pay the prime-time rates. Great experience all around from staff to course play!
  Kaster - 5/2/11
If there's better, I haven't seen it.
  PascalJedi - 4/6/11
Golf bliss
  MrBusinessGolf - 3/25/07
Played the Stadium Course...what a walk through history that was. There are plates in the ground around the course telling stories of what professionals shot from a spot to win the Bob Hope Desert Classic. I got the honor to enjoy the day with one of the original members of the club. I got the tour showing me with John DaleGÇÖs house was and were all of the pros stay when they are in town. Plus I clued in on where to take the best pictures. I also was shown a hidden tee box that only the members know is on one of the holes. I think it is on number 17 of the isle green... Yes, I did hit into the famous #16 sand trap...I want spoil it for all of you have not been...just drag yourself out the Southern California and find out why. Make sure you bring plenty of cash for this green fee, but it is totally worth it
  twhallus - 5/14/16
  larold53 - 1/23/15
  Zeusworks - 8/11/14
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Best Score: 66
TPC Stadium / Black

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Score Golfer Date
65 CamTringalePGA 1/17/13
69 CDH2BSU 5/25/11
65 palmspringsgolferpga 5/8/09
66 uscgolfer 1/15/17
70 wannabe 8/17/08
70 SC10 1/20/11
67 Macbirdie 10/12/08
*9-holes played
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