Rancho La Quinta Country Club offers a unique landscape, and often elicits impressive responses from visitors. The bougainvillea-covered entrance way welcomes members to this beautiful resort, with its winding streets lined with palm trees and sparkling waterfalls.
This 700-acre planned community was created in 1993 and finished in 2010 with about 1,000 Spanish hacienda-style homes in three separate enclaves. The Ventanas have 90 homes off the course with 2,038 to 2,566 square feet and private courtyards. The Casitas have 88 luxury condominiums, from 1,725 to 1,967 square feet. These condos surround the Racquet Club and Fitness Center as well as the sunken tennis courts. There are also elevated homes on the golf course ranging from 2,040 to 4243 square feet in size. Social club dues are included in the homeowner’s association fees.
The country club is well known for its two excellent golf courses. The Robert Trent Jones championship course was the host location for the Skins Game for three years. Its 7,068 yards are characterized by sloping greens, waterfalls, citrus trees, and lakes. The Jerry Pate course is considered the more modern of the two and uses more of the desert scenery in its overall ambiance. It offers 6,922 yards of golf action with water shots strategically placed throughout. Golfers love the views of the Santa Rosa Mountains.
The clubhouse is 23,000 square feet of early 1900’s California architecture. It offers everything from casual dining to the best of five-star cuisine. The Rancho La Quinta Country Club is its own world even though it is in the heart of La Quinta. There are many fine restaurants within minutes in Old Town La Quinta as well as popular boutiques. The club is also only ten minutes from El Paseo in Palm Desert and the McCallum Theater. More golf opportunities abound in this valley as well as hiking and biking trails.
47-950 Dune Palms Road, La Quinta, CA 92253-4000
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