The 25 PGA Tour Courses That You Can Play This Year

The 25 PGA Tour Courses That You Can Play This Year

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The PGA Tour’s 2024 schedule introduces significant changes, including the elimination of the wraparound season, the addition of 8 “Signature” no-cut events, and a packed calendar with the Olympics and Presidents Cup.

Despite the changes, 22 of the 39 tournaments, plus two majors and the Olympics, will be held on public courses accessible to everyday players.

Here are the 25 courses the pros will play in 2024 in chronological order where you can tee it up.

Plantation Course at Kapalua Resort – Kapalua, Maui, Hawaii

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Kapalua’s Plantation Course, designed by Coore and Crenshaw, showcases old-style course features. The par-3 second hole’s subtle design requires strategic play based on wind and pin position.

Stadium Course at PGA WEST – La Quinta, Calif.

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PGA West’s Stadium Course, designed by Pete Dye, is a challenging layout known for its difficult finishing holes and once-controversial design that has since gained respect.

Nicklaus Tournament Course at PGA WEST – La Quinta, Calif.

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The Nicklaus Tournament Course at PGA West, known for its desert mountain setting, island greens, and deep bunkers, annually co-hosts the PGA Tour’s first mainland U.S. event.

North Course at Torrey Pines – La Jolla, Calif.

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Torrey Pines’ North course, redesigned by Tom Weiskopf in 2018, features fewer bunkers, larger greens, and a drivable par 4, making it more enjoyable for average golfers.

South Course at Torrey Pines – La Jolla, Calif.

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Torrey Pines’ South Course, remodeled by Rees Jones, boasts stunning Pacific views and challenging coastal canyons. It has hosted two U.S. Opens and an annual PGA Tour event.

Pebble Beach Golf Links – Pebble Beach, Calif.

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Pebble Beach boasts nine spectacular oceanside holes, including the iconic sixth through eighth. Recent improvements and hosting major championships, including the 2023 Women’s U.S. Open, solidify its legendary status.

Spyglass Hill Golf Course – Pebble Beach, Calif.

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Spyglass Hill, designed by Robert Trent Jones, combines elements of Pine Valley and Augusta National. Despite its stunning coastal holes and challenging layout, it has never hosted a major.

Stadium Course at TPC Scottsdale – Scottsdale, Ariz.

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TPC Scottsdale, home of the WM Phoenix Open, features the famous par-3 16th stadium hole. Designed by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish, the course offers a challenging and memorable experience for both pros and resort guests.

Greg Norman Signature Course – Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico

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The Vidanta Vallarta Course, designed by Greg Norman and awarded Renovation of the Year in 2022, hosts the PGA TOUR Mexico Open. It features stunning mountain views, generous fairways, and challenging bunker-protected greens.

Champion Course at PGA National Resort & Spa – Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.

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PGA National’s Champion Course, a challenging layout redesigned by Jack Nicklaus, annually hosts the Honda Classic. The infamous three-hole stretch known as “The Bear Trap” is a true test of skill.

Grand Reserve Golf Club – Rio Grande, Puerto Rico

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The Grand Reserve, one of the Caribbean’s only two championship courses, offers a stunning 18-hole layout along the beachfront peninsula with the El Yunque rainforest backdrop.

Bay Hill Club & Lodge – Orlando, Fla.

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Bay Hill’s exclusive 27-hole layout, open only to members and lodge guests, offers a challenging yet fair test across 270 acres along the Butler Chain of Lakes.

Players Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass – Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.

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TPC Sawgrass, designed by Pete Dye in 1980, challenges the world’s best with its demanding layout and iconic island green 17th hole, which has inspired numerous imitations.

Copperhead Course at Innisbrook – Palm Harbor, Fla.

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Innisbrook’s Copperhead course, known for hosting the Valspar Championship, features tight fairways and a challenging three-hole finish called the Snake Pit, which often creates exciting tournament conclusions.

Memorial Park Golf Course – Houston, Texas

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Tom Doak and Brooks Koepka transformed Houston’s Memorial Park, a historic municipal course, into a PGA Tour-worthy layout with signature green complexes and excellent conditioning.

AT&T Oaks Course at TPC San Antonio – San Antonio, Texas

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TPC San Antonio’s Oaks course, a strategically compelling Greg Norman design, has hosted the Valero Texas Open since 2010. It features aggressive bunkering, challenging par 5s, and a formidable 18th hole.

Harbour Town Golf Links at Sea Pines Resort – Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

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Harbour Town, designed by Pete Dye and Jack Nicklaus, revolutionized golf course architecture with its low-profile, strategically challenging layout featuring tiny greens, water hazards, and tree-lined fairways.

Corales at the Puntacana Resort & Club – Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

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Corales, a Tom Fazio design opened in 2010, features six stunning Caribbean Oceanside holes and a memorable finish called the Devil’s Elbow, culminating in a dramatic 18th hole.

TPC Louisiana – Avondale, La.

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TPC Louisiana, a Pete Dye design hosting the Zurich Classic since 2007, features hidden bunkers and strategic green complexes reminiscent of TPC Sawgrass, offering a challenging mix of holes.

The Dunes Golf & Beach Club – Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

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The Dunes Golf & Beach Club, a Robert Trent Jones design from the 1940s, features lakes prominently on the challenging Alligator Alley stretch and has hosted three USGA championships.

Pinehurst No 2 – Pinehurst, North Carolina

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Pinehurst No. 2, renovated by Coore and Crenshaw in 2010, features native sandy wastelands and firm, fast conditions. It has hosted numerous USGA championships and is set to host five future U.S. Opens.

TPC Deere Run – Silvis, Ill.

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TPC Deere Run, designed by D.A. Weibring and Steve Wolfard, has hosted the John Deere Classic since 2000. The player-friendly layout features wooded, winding holes that encourage shot-shaping.

Royal Troon – Ayrshire, Scotland

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Old Greenwood at Tahoe Mountain Club – Truckee, Calif.

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Old Greenwood, a Jack Nicklaus signature design at Tahoe Mountain Club, has hosted the PGA Tour’s Barracuda Championship since 2020. The course offers a challenging yet scenic layout through pine forests, meadows, and hills.

Albatros Course at Le Golf National – Paris, France

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Le Golf National’s Albatros course, host of the 2018 Ryder Cup, is one of Europe’s finest. The spectacular final four holes, surrounded by water hazards, offer a thrilling finish.