Accessible PGA Tour Courses Sorted by Price

With the PGA Tour heading to a municipal golf course this week at Memorial Park for the Houston Open, it marks one of the best times when you can play the same shots the pros play.

But in reality, it is not such a rare thing to happen.

While the 2002 US Open was first celebrated as “the People's US Open” by being played on a municipal golf course, Bethpage Black, the PGA Tour has been played on municipal and publicly accessible courses for decades.

The host of last week's Valspar Championship, Innisbrook Resort's Copperhead course, is public. So is TPC Sawgrass, home of the Players Championship, although it can cost a pretty penny.

By staying at the famous Bay Hill Lodge, you can also secure a tee time as host of the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

In fact, of the 39 PGA Tour events this season, 20 of them will be played on 23 different golf courses that you can play.

But playing PGA Tour courses isn't cheap, with green fees at some courses exceeding $500, while many of the resorts require you to stay on property.

Continue reading below for a list of all PGA Tour public access courses for the 2024 season, ranked by green fee.

City: Houston Texas.

Tournament: Houston Open for Texas Kids

Guy: Municipal

Peak green fee: $140

City: San Antonio, Texas.

Tournament: Valero Texas Open

Guy: Complex

Peak green fee: $149

City: San Diego, California.

Tournament: Farmers Insurance Open

Guy: Municipal

Peak green fee: $185

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