We have two great courses for this years golf: PGA West Nicklaus Resort and PGA West Norman Resort. Both are 15 minutes from La Quinta Resort.
QUESTIONS: Please call or email Jeanine Hurley with your registration questions. 703-970-9242, email@example.com.
After you register, please
send Traci Lehman and Holly Carson an email with your Handicap and your desired foursome
for Tuesday/Wednesday; firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
SOLD-OUT: Tuesday, Oct. 11 - $149 – PGA West Nicklaus Resort Golf Course Tee-Time starts at 11:33 a.m. Limited slots Fee Includes: Greens and cart fees; Bag handling. Challenge, beauty and drama permeate every Jack Nicklaus-designed course, and this masterful design is no exception. Around every corner you will find a new challenge, including the rare feature of two island greens. At 7,204 yards long, The Nicklaus Tournament Course has a stroke rating of 75.3 and a slope rating of 143. A true ball strikers' golf course, The Nicklaus Tournament along with the Stadium Course is the bi-annual host of the PGA TOUR's final round of Q-School, which is attended by some of the best players in the world. Nicknamed by Members as the Nick Tourney, it is both very forgiving off the tee and extremely demanding around the greens. Without a doubt, a “must play" for not only a great test of golf, but for its magnificent desert setting. Course Details. 15 minutes from La Quinta Resort. Golfers will have to drive or carpool to course.
SOLD-OUT: Wednesday, Oct. 12 - $148 – PGA West Norman Resort Golf Course Shotgun starts at 12:18 p.m. Fee Includes: Greens and cart fees; Bag handling; boxed lunch. The newest course at PGA WEST and the only Greg Norman-designed golf course in the Coachella Valley is aptly described as being very "challenging but fair." Sporting only 68 acres of lush manicured turf, 102 white crushed marble bunkers and shark blue water coming into play on 9 holes, this 7,200-yard course offers a truly "Outback" experience that will entice you back time and time again. Resting in a prehistoric ocean bed 40-feet below sea level and 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 grass covers just 60 acres of tight fairways that taper toward the greens with nine ponds blanketing 18 acres. The demands of this target-style course are a challenge for players of all levels. Course Details.