Residents of PGA West have the option of joining the golf club (Premier Golf membership), becoming fitness/social members, or can elect to play the three PGA West public courses with no membership fees or dues.
How much does it cost to play PGA West?
From January 1 to April 30, the same guest may play any of the Private Courses up to 3 times within a calendar month and no more than 6 times per year.
Guest Play Policies and Rates.
|GUEST RATES||October 1 – Dec. 25||Dec. 26 – April. 30|
|Member Guest/Sport Members||$85||$115|
|Member Guest/Sport Twilight*||$45||$65|
Can anyone play PGA West?
Members of The Club at PGA WEST™ have access to private, world-class golf courses, a wide range of recreational opportunities, unique special events and social gatherings, plus exceptional dining options all year round. Once you arrive, you know it is time for fun!
Are PGA courses open to public?
The only true public golf courses on the PGA Tour are the Torrey Pines Golf Courses, which host the annual Farmers Insurance Open near San Diego, Calif.; TPC Deere Run, home to the John Deere Classic; and Port Royal Golf Course, home to the Bermuda Championship.
Who owns PGA West golf?
PGA West Stadium Course
|Owned by||Century Golf Partners|
|Operated by||Arnold Palmer Golf Management|
|Tournaments hosted||The American Express, formerly the Desert Classic (1987, 2016-) Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf (1995–96)|
How much is a round of golf at La Quinta?
Built in the late ’60s and early ’70s and former host of the Houston Open in 1973 & 1974, the La Quinta golf course at Quail Valley is a classic, tree-lined golf course.
TEE TIME RATES.
|WEEKDAY (Mon-Thurs)||Walking||With Cart|
|Mid-Day (after 10am)||$39.00||$54.00|
|Twilight (after 12pm)||$31.00||$46.00|
What kind of grass is on the PGA West?
The par-72 track has five different sets of tees for all skill levels, and its greens and fairways are both made from Bermuda grass. Some of the course’s amenities include practice greens, a driving range, golf club rentals, and a full clubhouse.
Which course is the best at PGA West?
1. La Quinta Resort & Club at PGA WEST. The PGA WEST Resort offers 5 fantastic public courses, with the Pete Dye-designed TPC Stadium ranked in the 100 Greatest Courses in the US by Golf Magazine, offering a stern test.
What courses are open at PGA West?
Resort courses open for all to play include Pete Dye Courses: Stadium, Mountain and Dunes; Greg Norman Course, and Nicklaus Tournament Course.
Which PGA West course is the easiest?
PGA West’s Nicklaus Course Easiest Course in 2012
At 6,924 yards, however, it has the honor of being the easiest course on the PGA Tour for the 2012 season. The field averaged 69.33 strokes per round, 2.807 strokes under the par of 72.
Will PGA Frisco be public?
The PGA Frisco project is a public-private partnership that includes PGA of America, Omni Hotels & Resorts, the City of Frisco and the Frisco Independent School District.
Can public play TPC Summerlin?
Although TPC Summerlin is a private, members only facility, MasterCard holders can play the course during select days throughout the season as part of the MasterCard Club Series. MasterCard World and World Elite cardholders can access the course as part of the respective card’s concierge services.
Can anyone play a TPC course?
Some golf courses with the TPC designation are open to the public; others are private, members-only facilities. So, yes, some of the TPC courses you can play the same way you play any other course: by making a tee time.
How much does it cost to join the Citrus Club?
Initiation – $5,000 / Monthly Dues – $397. Includes: Social, Spa, Unlimited Fitness/Tennis/Pickleball/ Bocce, Member Discounts.
Who owns the La Quinta Resort?
The Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC Private Limited purchased La Quinta Resort and PGA West in 2013 in a $1.5 billion deal that also included the Grand Wailea Resort Hotel & Spa on the island of Maui, the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix and the Claremont Hotel Club & Spa in Berkeley, Calif.
Who Built PGA West?
The 1980s was a time of explosive golf course development in the desert. During this time, visionaries Ernie Vossler and Joe Walser Jr. saw an opportunity to develop La Quinta, California, and began construction on what we now call PGA WEST!