Mission Hills Country Club

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Mission Hills Country Club
Club information
Location Rancho Mirage, California, U.S.
Established 1972
Type Private
Owned by ClubCorp
Total holes 54
Tournaments hosted ANA Inspiration
Website missionhills.com
Dinah Shore Tournament Course
Designed by Desmond Muirhead
Par 72
Length 7,221 yards (6,603 m) [1]
Course rating 75.2
Slope rating 140 [2]
Arnold Palmer Course
Designed by Arnold Palmer
Par 72
Length 6,743 yards (6,166 m) [3]
Course rating 72.6
Slope rating 131 [4]
Pete Dye Challenge Course
Designed by Pete Dye
Par 72
Length 6,955 yards (6,360 m)
Course rating 74.2
Slope rating 143 [5]
For the course in Kansas see: Mission Hills Country Club (Kansas)

The Mission Hills Country Club is a country club located in Rancho Mirage, California, United States.


Among the facilities at the club are 3 championship golf courses, 27 tennis courts of various surfaces, a spa and sports center. It has been owned by ClubCorp since 1993.


The first golf course at Mission Hills Country Club opened in 1972 and was designed by Desmond Muirhead. It is over this course, now known as the Dinah Shore Tournament Course, that the ANA Inspiration, one of the five major championships in women's professional golf, is played. It was also the venue for the 1978 Davis Cup tennis final matches.

The second course was designed by golf legend Arnold Palmer and opened in 1979. A third course was added in 1988, and originally called the Dinah Shore Course, but with Dinah Shore's name being transferred to the old course after her death in 1994, was renamed as the Pete Dye Challenge Course.


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Preceded by
White City Stadium
Davis Cup
Final Venue

Succeeded by
Bill Graham Auditorium
San Francisco

Coordinates: 33°47′40″N 116°25′24″W / 33.79444°N 116.42333°W / 33.79444; -116.42333