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TPC Network


Licensed by the PGA TOUR, the TPC Network is comprised of more than 30 premier private, resort, and daily-fee golf properties designed by some of golf’s most elite architects. Eighteen of the clubs are operated by affiliates of the PGA TOUR Golf Course Properties, Inc. Each TPC has hosted or has been designed to host TOUR-sponsored golf tournaments. Since sister course TPC Sawgrass first opened its world-renowned PLAYERS Stadium Course in the fall of 1980, TPCs have provided the PGA TOUR with rent-free venues for tournaments, helping to boost championship golf purses and increasing charitable donations. At the same time, TPCs have provided recreational golfers with the unique opportunity to test their skills on the same layouts where the world’s best golfers compete. TPCs are known for their outstanding conditioning and amenities, as well as a commitment to environmental excellence.

On a 415-acre tract of swampland in northeast Florida, the history of golf would be altered forever. On that site, in February of 1979, ground was broken for what would become THE PLAYERS Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass – and the new home of the PGA TOUR. Not only would this course turn out to be one of the most famous in the world, but more importantly, it would serve as the model of an ever-expanding network of unparalleled clubs – the TPC.

No one had ever seen anything like TPC Sawgrass when it opened in 1980. Brainchild of Commissioner Deane Beman, and designed by Pete Dye, it was a course that left players wide-eyed with wonder. They found contoured fairways, confounding angles, and a par-3 island green that would arguably become the signature hole for the entire sport.
TPC Sawgrass and Beman’s concept of STADIUM GOLF set the standard for all the clubs in the TPC Network that would follow – and raised the bar for all courses worldwide. A subsidiary of the PGA TOUR, the TPC Network was founded in order to create and maintain facilities that matched the TOUR’s highest level of quality for tournaments and events.

Today, the TPC Network includes more than 30 clubs across the U.S. and beyond. Some of the world’s most elite architects have designed them, including Pete Dye, Tom Fazio, Bobby Weed, and Arthur Hills, plus PGA TOUR members Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Greg Norman and Hale Irwin. In addition to serving as tournament sites, the courses are complemented by state-of-the-art practice facilities for TOUR members. When applicable, the course routings incorporate luxury development communities as well– with four now ranked among the top 10 master-planned communities in the U.S.

TPC clubs have also worked to meet stringent environmental standards, earning certification in the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program by helping to preserve and protect wildlife habitats on the golf course.

Whether a private club, a destination or resort venue, TPC courses present a unique value to the general golf public, inviting them to experience golf in a manner previously enjoyed only by golf professionals. Fulfilling its original mission to a tee, today more than ever the TPC Network is providing golf fans unparalleled access to the PGA TOUR experience.

The TPC Network is also distinguished by its unwavering commitment to further the PGA TOUR’s “Together, Anything’s Possible” giving back mission through support of charitable and community based programs.

For more information, please visit www.tpc.com.
TPC-Owned and Operated Facilities



Club (Year Opened)

Architect(s)

Consultant(s)

Tournament

1

TPC Boston (2002)
Norton, Massachusetts

Arnold Palmer
Gil Hanse#

Brad Faxon#

Dell Technologies Championship
(PGA TOUR)

2

TPC Craig Ranch (2004)
Dallas, Texas

Tom Weiskopf

D.A. Weibring

Former host of the Web.com Tour Championship
(Web.com Tour)

3

TPC Deere Run (2000)
Silvis, Illinois

D.A. Weibring
DSI*


John Deere Classic
(PGA TOUR)

4

The Old White TPC at The Greenbrier (1914)
White Sulpher Springs, West Virginia

Charles Blair Macdonald


The Greenbrier Classic
(PGA TOUR)

5

TPC Harding Park (1925)
San Francisco, California

Willie Watson


Former host of World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play Championship (PGA TOUR)
Future host of The Presidents Cup (2025)
Future host of the PGA Championship (2020)

6

TPC Jasna Polana (1998)
Princeton, New Jersey

Gary Player


Former host of The Instinet Classic
(PGA TOUR Champions)

7

TPC Las Vegas (1996)
Las Vegas, Nevada

Bobby Weed
DSI*

Raymond Floyd

Former host of the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open
(PGA TOUR)

8

TPC Louisiana (2004)
New Orleans, Louisiana

Pete Dye
Kelly Gibson (Associate)

Steve Elkington

Zurich Classic of New Orleans
(PGA TOUR)

9

TPC Potomac at Avenel Farms (1986)
Potomac, Maryland

Ault, Clark & Associates
DSI* #

Ed Sneed

Former host of the Mid-Atlantic Championship
(Web.com Tour)
Former host of the Constellation Energy SENIOR PLAYERS Championship
(PGA TOUR Champions)

Host of the Quicken Loans National (2017)
(PGA TOUR)

10

TPC River Highlands (1984)
Cromwell, Connecticut

Bobby Weed
Roger Maltbie

Howard Twitty

Travelers Championship
(PGA TOUR)

11

TPC River's Bend (2001)
Maineville, Ohio

Arnold Palmer


Former host of the Chiquita Classic
(Web.com Tour)

12

TPC San Antonio (2010)
San Antonio, Texas

Greg Norman (AT&T Oaks)
Pete Dye (AT&T Canyons)

Sergio Garcia (AT&T Oaks)
Bruce Lietzke (AT&T Canyons)

Valero Texas Open
AT&T Oaks
(PGA TOUR)

AT&T Championship
AT&T Canyons
(PGA TOUR Champions)

13

TPC Sawgrass (1980)
Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida

Pete Dye
(THE PLAYERS Stadium)

(Dye's Valley)

Pete Dye
Bobby Weed
(Dye's Valley)

Jerry Pate

THE PLAYERS Championship
(PGA TOUR)

Web.com Tour Championship
(Web.com Tour)


14

TPC Scottsdale (1986)
Scottsdale, Arizona

Jay Morrish
Tom Weiskopf 
(Stadium Course)


Randy Heckenkemper#
(Champions Course)

Jim Colbert/
Howard Twitty

Waste Management Phoenix Open
(PGA TOUR)


PGA TOUR Champions Qualifying Tournament
(PGA TOUR Champions)

15

TPC Southwind (1988)
Memphis, Tennessee

Ron Prichard

Hubert Green/
Fuzzy Zoeller

FedEx St. Jude Classic
(PGA TOUR)

16

TPC Sugarloaf (1997)
Duluth, Georgia

Greg Norman


Mitsubishi Electric Classic
(PGA TOUR Champions)

Former host of the AT&T Classic
(PGA TOUR)

17

TPC Summerlin (1991)
Las Vegas, Nevada

DSI*

Fuzzy Zoeller

Shriners Hospitals for Children Open
(PGA TOUR)

18

TPC Twin Cities (2000)
Blaine, Minnesota

Arnold Palmer

Tom Lehman

3M Championship
(PGA TOUR Champions)


TPC-Licensed Facilities

 
Club (Year Opened)Architect(s)Consultant(s)Tournament
1
TPC Eagle Trace (1983)
Coral Springs, Florida
Arthur HillsFormer host of the National Qualifying Tournament
(Final Stage)
(PGA TOUR Champions)
2
TPC Four Seasons Las Colinas (1982)
(Las Colinas)
Cottonwood Valley, Irving, Texas
Jay MorrishBen Crenshaw
Byron Nelson
AT&T Byron Nelson
(PGA TOUR)
3
TPC Michigan (1990)
Dearborn, Michigan
Jack NicklausFormer host of the Senior Players Championship
(PGA TOUR Champions)
4
TPC Myrtle Beach (1999)
Murrell's Inlet, South Carolina
Tom FazioLanny WadkinsFormer host of the Senior Tour Championship
(PGA TOUR Champions)
5
TPC Piper Glen (1988)
Charlotte, North Carolina
Arnold PalmerFormer host of the Home Depot Invitational
(PGA TOUR Champions)
6
TPC Prestancia (1985)
Sarasota, Florida
Ron Garl
von Hagge and Devlin
Mike SouchakFormer host of the American Express Invitational
(PGA TOUR Champions)
7
TPC Stadium Course at PGA West (1985)
La Quinta, California
Pete DyeFormer host of PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament
(Final Stage, biennial)
8
TPC Snoqualmie Ridge (1999)
Snoqualmie Ridge, Washington
Jack NicklausBoeing Classic
(PGA TOUR Champions)
9
TPC Stonebrae (2007)
Hayward, California
David McLay Kidd Host of the Ellie Mae Classic at TPC Stonebrae
(Web.com Tour)
10
TPC Tampa Bay (1991)
Lutz, Florida
DSI*Chi Chi RodriguezFormer host of the Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am
(PGA TOUR Champions)
11
TPC Treviso Bay (2008)
Naples, Florida
Arthur HillsHal SuttonFormer host of The ACE Group Classic
(PGA TOUR Champions)
12
TPC Valencia (2003)
Valencia, California
DSI*Mark O'Meara
13
TPC Wakefield Plantation (2000)
Raleigh, North Carolina
Hale IrwinHost of the Rex Hospital Open
(Web.com Tour)

Key: * = PGA TOUR Design Services, Inc.; # = Course renovations