Carved by time between some of the oldest
and newest mountain ranges in North America lies PGA WEST,
a geographically blessed golf destination. Symbolized by
Coral Mountain which rises from the shell-laden desert floor
bearing the distinct markings of an ancient ocean, the designs
of nature and golf visionaries now rule this once submerged
paradise. And if not for an error by early map interpreters,
California's Coachella Valley Desert would be known today as
Conchella (Conch-Shell-A) Valley.
PGA WEST's Championship Course "Six Pack" was completed in May of 2000 with the desert-scaped, target-style layout of The Greg Norman. A prehistoric ocean bed 40 feet below sea level is now the territory of emerald green fairways, crushed white marble bunkers and shark blue waters. Vibrant wildflowers are a stunning contrast to the surrounding crescent of terra cotta mountains, creating a golf experience like no other.