In 1978, John McEnroe stunned the tennis world and helped put Mission Hills Country Club on the map when it hosted the Davis Cup.
Moved to September due to the pandemic, the ANA Inspiration tees off without fans but with players like Georgia Hall who just want to play.
The ANA Inspiration, set for Sept. 10-13 at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, will be held without spectators due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A week before the men gather at Augusta National for the Masters, the world’s best women golfers will tee it up starting March 28 at the 47th annual ANA Inspiration in Rancho Mirage.
It may have been some 40 years ago but tennis hall-of-famer Charlie Pasarell still remembers the last ATP tennis tournament played in Tucson before it was relocated to Mission Hills Country Club and the valley where it would grow to become the BNP Paribas Open. First of all, it wasn’t really even a tennis tournament. “They called it the American
ACT for Multiple Sclerosis hosted its ninth annual Jazz It Up summer fundraiser in Mission Hills Country Club’s newly renovated dining room. Co-Chairs Nelda Linsk and Margo Nelligan welcomed more than 150 guests and thanked sponsors for helping ACT for Multiple Sclerosis. The evening provided live cool jazz, a backyard barbecue menu, an incredible setting, and lots of surprises. Jazz
Editor’s Note: This story was written in 2017. Some of the people quoted in the story may have moved on to other positions since then. Thank you. Host to two Ryder Cups and home to golf’s first major championship of the season, Rancho Mirage isn’t simply a Coachella Valley golf oasis — the city is a nexus of the game’s
The Mission Hills Country Club is so closely associated with its location in Rancho Mirage that it’s easy to overlook the fact that the Club was actually established in 1971—two years before Rancho Mirage was even incorporated as a city. At the time of its development, Mission Hills was also one of the largest country club community developments in the