Bob Hope Chrysler Classic Golf Courses

Due to concerns over powerful winds during the 2008 event, the 2009 The Bob Hope Chrysler Classic tournament will not be contested at the Hope Classic Club in Palm Desert, California. Instead, the Bermuda Dunes Golf Course will be brought back into the rotation.

SilverRock Resort

LA QUINTA, CA - JANUARY 17: Vaughn Taylor hits a tee shot on the 10th hole during the second round of the 49th Bob Hope Chrysler Classic at the Silverrock Resort on January 17, 2008 in La Quinta, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)This 525 acre Arnold Palmer Classic Course at La Quinta is known as “the last great piece of golf property in the Coachella Valley.”

The SilverRock Resort was opened at the beginning of 2005 and is nestled between the breathtaking scenery of the Santa Rosa and Coral Mountains. Bearing the signature of the legend himself, this lengthy 7,578 yard course boasts beautiful yet treacherous water features and tricky sand traps and caters to golfers of any caliber of play. Click to visit the official site for SilverRock Resort.

Bermuda Dunes Country Club

17 Jan 1998: Andrew Magee walks down the course during the Bob Hope Classic at the Bermuda Dunes Country Club in Bermuda Dunes, California.The Bermuda Dunes Country Club in California’s Coachella Valley lies in the shadow of the majestic Santa Rosa, San Jacinto and Shadow Mountain ranges.

Bermuda Dunes opened for play in 1959 and has been part of the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic Golf Tournament since the inaugural event in 1960. The course is closed each year in October to re-seed the Rye Grass.

Nicklaus Private Course

Found in the heart of the Coachella Valley, this spectacular Championship Golf Course layout designed by Jack Nicklaus is esteemed as one the most demanding and greatest golf courses in the desert area. Sporting a range of diverse holes, the Nicklaus Private course is duly popular with Bob Hope Chrysler Classic players and fans alike.

Arnold Palmer Private Course

LA QUINTA, CA - JANUARY 18: General view during the third round of the 49th Bob Hope Chrysler Classic on January 18, 2008 at the PGA WEST Arnold Palmer Private Course in La Quinta, California. (Photo by Robert Laberge/Getty Images)Situated beneath the Santa Rosa Mountain Range, the par-72 Arnold Palmer Private Course at the PGA West facility in La Quinta, California caters to golfers of any skill level. The 6,931 yard Bermuda grass course is played over sloping terrain and contains concealed water features.   The course was designed by Pete Dye and golf legendary Arnold Palmer. The Arnold Palmer Private Course opened for play in 1987 and has hosted the PGA Tour’s Bob Hope Chrysler Classic since 1988.