Club at PGA West
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.
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Course Details

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:Online & Phone
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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Recent Reviews

  dmwdmw - 3/12/15
The staff misled us on how bad the greens were. Some were nothing but rolled dirt. They blamed it on a grounds-keeping error not washing the pesticide out before fertilizing the greens. That made no sense because the greens weren't damaged in any order. This course should be closed until it is playable.
  Jason Boyd - 3/8/15
Played the TPC stadium course. Pete Dye is evil.
  Dae J - 12/19/14
What a fantastic course. Completely lived up to my expectations. I managed to book a tee time easily online from home in the UK.
Staff very friendly and helpful. Practice range was excellent. The course was absolutely fascinating and a great test of golf.
  bumbero57 - 10/30/14
Very tough course if you haven't played it before. Lots of blind shots, thick rough,very hilly when it doesn't need to be and difficult carries to the greens for the average hacker. If you're a decent golfer (less than 5 handicap) this course will challenge your game skills. If you're looking to have a fun time, forget it. Save some money and pick another course in the area.
  mapa94 - 9/12/14
I've lived in the Coachella Valley for almost 20 years and played the Stadium course for the first time on September 7th. Got a great deal on Golf Now for a 3pm tee time (HOT and HUMID day). This is definitely the toughest course I've played (shot 10 strokes above my average). Every hole is demanding, with many deep bunkers, some blind shots, and many holes force you to carry over a hazard on approach shots. My only complaint were the greens, which had been aerated recently, and they were very firm and bumpy. Only made 5 pars, including the very cool "Alcatraz" hole number 17 which is an island green. I waited to play this until I got down to a 10 handicap and it still kicked my behind. I'd like to try it again next summer when I can find a good deal
  hijumper - 3/28/14
The course was wonderful. The greens were true. Once I got used to the speed, I made a couple of long puts and burned the edge on a few others. The people on the course were awesome...the waitress and waiter at the bar were nice...the hostess not so much.
  tekiernan - 6/19/13
very disappointed in the condition of the greens the last few years when played in June. I think they rest on their reputation of a "must play course". I played 8 courses this week and they were the worst greens by a large margin - rest of course in very good shape.
  ptragan - 3/7/12
Played the Norman course. It wasn't bad, but I think I expected more. I wouldn't pay as much as I did to play it again.
  Texas Simon - 11/26/11
I played this course in the dead of summer, temp was around 115 deg, hence the green fee's were around $70. Needless to say ...I had nobody ahead or behind me so I raced round in record time.
Even in the heat ....this is a must play course, it is awesome, some fantastic and out of this world holes ....not to mention the scenery of the mountains as a backdrop.
Clubhouse staff very friendly out for the clothing deals with PGA logo on them. Bar staff very nice also ....good place to wind down with a couple of cold scoops, as one reviews the scorecard for the birdies and pars
  msurandy - 9/19/11
Didn't play that well, but was definately worth it.
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