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How Many Courses Are There in PGA Tour 2K21?

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2K and HB Studios’ PGA Tour 2K21 is undoubtedly the best golf game in years, though if you’re thinking about picking it up, you might be wondering how many courses it includes.

Featuring a fairly comprehensive course creator that allows players to design their own courses and then publish them for others to enjoy, technically PGA Tour 2K21 has a near countless number of courses to play. What you probably really want to know, however, is how many official courses it has.

PGA Tour 2K21 features 39 official courses overall, each and every one of them meticulously created by HB Studios. Many of them are real, such as TPC Twin Cities and East Lake Golf Club, while others are fictional, such as The House on the Cliff. They’re all fun to play, however, and offer their own unique challenges. A list of all of the game’s courses can be found below.

  • East Lake Golf Club
  • TPC River Highlands
  • TPC Louisiana
  • TPC San Antonio
  • Riviera Country Club
  • Atlantic Beach CC
  • TPC Summerlin
  • TPC Southwind
  • TPC Scottsdale
  • TPC Sawgrass
  • TPC Deere Run
  • TPC Boston
  • Quincy Downs Country Club
  • Katagawa Country Club
  • Copper Dunes
  • Hickory Creek GC
  • Craigendoran Links
  • Conservatory Club
  • Pearl Mountain Golf Club
  • The Jumeriah Club
  • McCory Shores Golf Club
  • Hoophole River Club
  • Timber Knoll
  • Quail Hollow Club
  • Copperhead Course
  • TPC Twin Cities
  • Tarwa Golf Club
  • The Club at Ravenswood
  • Ocean of Memories
  • Emerald Lake GC
  • Vaquero Valley Golf Course
  • The House on the Cliff
  • Cloudcrest Country Club
  • Monte Cervino
  • Royal Ethalwind
  • Caramel Creek
  • The Links at Royal Atlantic
  • Faxon Park Golf Club
  • Victory Village
Editor in Chief // An avid gamer since discovering the wonders of the Acorn Electron in the '80s, Rich has nearly played more games than he's had hot dinners. Not one to put all his eggs in one basket, Rich is happy to play games of all genres, but he particularly enjoys racing games and anything that's full of non-stop action, especially if it includes a good dose of humour, horror or crudeness!