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TPC Courses You Can Play

Every year, the PGA Tour heads to numerous “TPC” courses for various tournaments. The cream of the crop, of course, is TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra, Fla., the site of the famous Pete Dye-designed ‘Stadium Course.’

If you follow the PGA Tour, you know that the Stadium Course is one of the best courses anywhere. And what if I told you that you, yes you, could play one of many TPC courses across the country.

Using GolfNow, you and your buddies can gain access to some of the top Tournament Players Club courses in the network. So, read on and learn which courses you can – and should – gain access to for some memorable rounds.


TPC Sawgrass’ 17th hole. Photo by

TPC Sawgrass – The best of the best. This is the TPC course. Designed by Pete Dye and boasting the famous island green on the par-3 17th, Sawgrass also hosts the annual Players Championship – otherwise known as the ‘fifth major.’

TPC Scottsdale – You know that hole where every January, something amazing happens? It’s the par-3 16th at TPC Scottsdale’s Stadium Course. Known as the loudest hole in golf, it’s been home to some of the game’s memorable sights and sounds and you can play it!

TPC Las Vegas – Host of the Champions Tour, PGA Tour and many top amateur events, Las Vegas’ only PGA Tour facility is a must play on any trip to the area. But remember, what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. Unless, of course, you shoot the round of your life.

TPC Louisiana

The clubhouse at TPC Louisiana. Photo by

TPC Louisiana – World-renowned architect Pete Dye joined with PGA Tour player Steve Elkington to design the highly-rated course in Westwego, La. It debuted as the No. 4 upscale public course in Golf Digest’s 2004 list.

TPC Harding Park – San Francisco is home to some terrific golf courses and history, including TPC Harding Park. It is a municipal course that offers the 18-hole Harding Park and the Fleming 9, both of which are open to public play.

PGA WEST – Rated as one of the Top 100 courses in the world by GOLF Magazine, the TPC Stadium Course at PGA WEST is also one of the country’s toughest. Give yourself some enhanced competition at one of Pete Dye’s finest creations.

TPC Myrtle Beach – One of the best courses in all of Myrtle Beach, TPC Myrtle Beach is the Grand Strand’s only tour-quality course and is playable any time of year. The perfect combination.


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