TPC Deere Run is the must play golf destination in the Midwest. Located in the quad cities region along the Mississippi River, this public Illinois golf course was built for the pros to be experienced by the everyday golfer. TPC Deere Run is an award winning championship golf course that has hosted the PGA Tour’s John Deere Classic each July since the year 2000. As part of the PGA Tour’s renowned TPC Network, TPC Deere Run is a sister course to the other TPC’s such as TPC Sawgrass, home of the Players Championship. The 385 acres of land that TPC Deere Run sits on is rich in American history; the land’s past includes Native American settlements, farming, coal mining, and most recently was one of the top horse and cattle breeding locations in the country. The 18 hole course itself has everything you’d want in a golf course: challenge, playability, and beauty. TPC Deere Run allows golfers of all levels to experience the challenge of a course that tests Tour professionals, and also gives golfers the same standards of quality and service that are normally reserved for professionals. The natural beauty where this golf course was built was preserved by golf architect D.A. Weibring – it still has the same familiar rolling landscape along Rock River. TPC Deere Run also features many elevation changes, scenic views, and beautifully framed oak trees accented by small ponds and deep ravines. With its outstanding conditioning and amenities, TPC Deere Run is the ideal golf destination in the Midwest.