La Quinta Country Club celebrates its 55th year as a participating club to the PGA TOUR Desert Classic Tournament. We are excited to welcome American Express as the new title sponsorship and look forward to 55 more years of partnership with this iconic PGA Tour event.

Over the past 50 years, La Quinta Country Club has been a virtual walk of fame... From Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, to President Gerald Ford and President Eisenhower, to Bob Hope and George Lopez, and The King himself... Arnold Palmer; La Quinta Country Club has been called home to many familiar names. 

Click here to view our 60th Anniversary Book and learn more about La Quinta Country Club and our involvement with the PGA event golf enthusiasts continue to call "The Hope".

Daily Pairing and Tournament Information
For the daily pairings and the official tournament website, click here.

Records Set On Course

2019:   Phil Mickelson shoots a 12-under (60) during the 2019 tournament, setting multiple records:

• Tied the lowest opening round in Desert Classic history
• Tied the lowest round of his career
• Became the first PGA Tour player with three career scores of 60 or lower

2017:   Canadian PGA Tour Professional Adam Hadwin shoots a course record (59) in the CareerBuilder Challenge. Hadwin was the first Canadian golfer to ever shoot 59 on tour and the 9th player to ever shoot 59 on tour – the 4th player to shoot 59 playing a par 72 course. “I don’t know … I don’t know. Perfect, I guess?” – Hadwin said on how it felt to shoot 59. Hadwin would finish 2nd in the 2017 CareerBuilder Challenge behind Hudson Swafford (LQCC Member). The Club was honored to have Hadwin accept an honorary membership for his achievement.

Why More Than 50 Years at LQCC?
PGA Tour players have expressed that La Quinta Country Club is one of the best courses they play on tour all year and enjoy coming back. Also, GolfWorld has named us #26 of "Where PGA Tour Pros Like to Play". Below you can hear from PGA professional, Jon Rahm and his comments about the 'up there with Augusta' conditions of the course in his interview about our Championship 18.

2020 - Andrew Landry wins!  He had quite the comeback after losing a six-stroke lead on the back nine Sunday, Landry broke a tie with Abraham Ancer with a 7-foot birdie putt on the par-3 17th hole and made a 6-footer on the par 4 18th for a 5-under 67 and a two-stroke victory.

2019 - Congratulations to the winner Adam Long as he beats out Phil Mickelson and Adam Hadwin in the final round.  

2018 - Jon Rahm WINS!  Jon Rahm shot an opeining-day 62 right here at La Quinta Country Club!  Listen to Jon rave about the pristine condition of our course and his personal connection to the tournament.