La Quinta Golf Resort
 

La Quinta Golf Courses

 
Located just 20 miles from the capitol of cool, Palm Springs, California, La Quinta Resort & Club is a majestic getaway that’s perfect for players looking to escape the hustle and bustle of their daily lives to play some world class golf. Carved out and placed gently between two gigantic mountain ranges, La Quinta houses the best from Dye, Nicklaus and Norman, and the whole property is an extended celebration of a piece of Southern California real estate that’s unlike anything else you’ll find in the world. Choosing one, two or even three shining stars in this group of top rated golf courses at La Quinta is next to impossible, so we decided to point you in the direction of five amazing tracks at this insanely nice resort. Whichever one you choose, you’re certain to enjoy it!
 
Stadium Course at PGA West
 
  • La Quinta, California
  • Pete Dye Design
  • The Consistently Difficult 17th Hole Is Known as “Alcatraz”
  • Ranked as One of the Best Courses in the United States
  • Played Host to Several PGA Tournaments
Mountain Course at La Quinta Golf Resort & Club
 
  • La Quinta, California
  • Pete Dye Design
  • Built into the base of the Santa Rosa Mountains
  • The 17th Hole is a Remarkable Par 4
  • One of the Most Visually Compelling Courses You’ll Ever See
Jack Nicklaus Tournament Course at PGA West
 
  • La Quinta, California
  • Jack Nicklaus Design
  • Forgiving Off the Tee; Demanding Around the Greens
  • The 15th Hole is a Classic Risk/Reward Par 5
  • 143 Slope Packs Plenty of Punch
Greg Norman Course at PGA West
 
  • La Quinta, California
  • Designed by Greg “The Shark” Norman
  • Peppered with 102 bunkers
  • Only 68 Acres of Turf (tons of natural waste areas)
  • Target-Style Golf
Dunes Course at La Quinta Resort & Club
 
  • La Quinta, California
  • Designed by Pete Dye
  • Contains Several Signature Dye Railroad Tie Bunkers
  • Perfect For Players Of All Abilities
  • The 17th Hole Is Consistently Ranked As One of the Hardest in America