Named ‘Stadium’ due to course designer Pete Dye’s successful efforts in sculpting spectator seating into the natural terrain along fairways and surrounding the greens, many great moments in golf history have occurred here, including Lee Trevino’s unforgettable hole-in-one on Alcatraz in the Skins Game® of ’87. With five sets of tees, the semi-private Stadium course is available to all skill levels.
- Recent Home Values: $500’s to $3 Million
- Recent Condo Values: $200’s to $700’s
- Recent HOA: $305 to $635 Monthly
- Number of Homes: 625
- Golf Club Status: Public
- Year Opened: 1984
- Most Homes Built: ’85 to 2006
- Golf Course: 18 Holes
- Course Designer: Pete Dye
- Membership Info: See PGA
- PGA West Stadium Course
Stadium Course Real Estate
The PGA West Stadium community was developed from starting in the ’80’s and continuing through ’08. The famous Pete Dye Stadium golf course winds its way through a mix of single family homes and condos. The private and gated community features numerous pools and spas, sports courts and other amenities.
Ranked As A ‘Top-100’ Golf Course
The Pete Dye Stadium course is rated as one of the ‘Top 100 Courses in the World’ by Golf Magazine and as the 4th toughest course in America according to Golf Digest’s ‘Top 50 Toughest Courses in America (2007).’ Host to PGA Tour ‘Q-School’ Finals every other year, PGA TOUR hopefuls must steady their nerves to navigate the island green of the par-3 hole #17, appropriately known as Alcatraz.
The TPC Stadium Course at PGA West and its sister course – the Jack Nicklaus Tournament Course will serve as two of the three courses for the CareerBuilder Challenge Golf Tournament in partnership with the Clinton Foundation and The PGA TOUR. The Stadium Course will serve as the host course and site of the final round on Sunday.