TPC Deere Run’s championship golf course is a destination for golfers in the Midwest. Located in the Quad Cities region of Western Illinois and just over a two-hour drive from Chicago, TPC Deere Run’s championship golf course is a challenging layout that will test your shotmaking skills. The 7,256-yard, par 71 course embodies the classic beauty of America’s heartland.
TPC Deere Run’s golf course is built on the site of a former Arabian horse farm. Course architect and former PGA TOUR professional D.A. Weibring masterfully used the natural, rolling landscape to create a championship golf course that stretches along the picturesque wooded ravines of the area’s famous Rock River.
Since 2000, TPC Deere Run has been the home of the PGA TOUR's annual John Deere Classic. The John Deere Classic is held in July the week before the British Open and draws some of the PGA TOUR’s top talent. The tournament has served as a qualifier for The Open Championship and in 2005, Sean O’Hair’s victory at TPC Deere Run earned him a spot in the British Open during his PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year season.