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First opened in 1991, TPC Summerlin quickly became part of the rotation for the PGA Tour‘s Las Vegas Invitational, now known as the Shriners Children’s Open, and has served as the tournament’s permanent home for the last two decades.

While TPC Summerlin has played host to several high-profile winners, including Jim Furyk, Webb Simpson, Patrick Cantlay, and Bryson DeChambeau, it doesn’t get much more high-profile than Tiger Woods, who earned his first-ever PGA Tour victory on the stunning layout in just his fifth professional start in 1996.

Designed by Bobby Weed, whose impressive list of designs includes Michael Jordan’s highly-exclusive Grove XXIII course in Hobe Sound, Florida, TPC Summerlin is a visual marvel and is consistently the top-ranked course in the state of Nevada.

How much does it cost to become a member of TPC Summerlin?

A view of TPC Summerlin
A scenic view of the ninth hole at TPC Summerlin, home of the PGA Tour Shriners Children’s Open | Stan Badz/PGA Tour via Getty Images

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While many courses in the PGA Tour-owned Tournament Players Club network are open to the general public, including TPC Sawgrass, TPC Summerlin isn’t one of them.

And becoming a member of the prestigious club certainly isn’t cheap. As it goes with most private facilities, there are varying levels of membership, each with its own amenities. Depending on the membership level, initiation fees alone range from $25,000 to $50,000. In addition, annual dues range anywhere from $10,000 to $15,000.

While expensive, the beauty of joining any of the TPC courses is that you’re given access to all the others throughout the United States, which is a nice perk to receive, especially for those who like to travel.

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