Quick Facts 2014 Humana Challenge Quick Facts Date: January 13 - 19, 2014 Player Field: 156 Professional Players Format: Pro-Am play for first 54 holes. Each of the 156 pros will play with a different amateur partner each day on different courses for three days. On Sunday, the low 70 professionals and ties will play the final round of the 72-hole PGA TOUR tournament at the Palmer Private at PGA WEST. Defending Champion: Brian Gay Courses: Palmer Private at PGA WEST (host course) Nicklaus Private at PGA WEST La Quinta Country Club Tickets: Tickets for the 2014 Humana … [Read more...]

Congratulations Brian Gay, 2013 Humana Challenge Winner at PGA West

On the 18th hole at PGA West in La Quinta, California … [Read more...]

The Humana Challenge 2013

Golf legends Gary Player and Billy Casper hit ceremonial tee shots Thursday before the official start of the Humana Challenge. They were joined on the tee by President Clinton, Humana Chairman of the Board Mike McCallister, PGA TOUR Commissioner Tim Finchem and Humana Challenge Executive Director and CEO Bob Marra. … [Read more...]


Once known as the Bob Hope Classic, the Humana Challenge is a partnership between Humana, Inc. and the William J. Clinton Foundation, PGA Tour and Desert Classic Charities. The Humana Challenge is scheduled for January 16th through the 22nd. For the third consecutive year, the $5.6 million dollar tournament will take place entirely within La Quinta. Players will compete for the $1.8 million dollar winner's check at the La Quinta Country Club and the Palmer and Nicklaus Private courses at PGA West. The Palmer Private at PGA West is the host course. The purse and winners check is the largest … [Read more...]

2012 Bob Hope Classic teams with Bill Clinton

Looks like former President Bill Clinton and his William J. Clinton Foundation will be teaming up with Humana and the PGA TOUR for an eight-year partnership with Humana being the title sponsor. Next year's tournament week will be January 16th through the 22nd. More information will be coming, but President Clinton will have a prominent role in the event. … [Read more...]