THE DUNES COURSE AT LA QUINTA RESORT & CLUB

The La Quinta Dunes course is another gem by Pete Dye. Considered as the easier of the two courses at La Quinta Resort the Dunes course will be sure to make you rethink that statement after your round is over.

The Dunes course has one of the hardest finishing holes out of the two courses the diabolical 17th. At 420 yards from the tips this dog leg left will keep you honest off the tee and honest all the way to the green as water and a huge bunker line the entire left side of the fairway. Some may say it’s tougher than 18 at TPC Sawgrass another Pete Dye course.

Like its’s big brother the Mountain course the Dunes course has also hosted many PGA Tour events.

Black Tees

6,732 / 72.9 / 135

White Tees

6,300 / 70.7 / 128

Silver Tees

5,768 / 68.3 / 121

Red Tees

4,875 / 71.0 / 123

THE MOUNTAIN COURSE AT LA QUINTA RESORT

Another desert gem designed by famous golf course architect Pete Dye; the La Quinta Mountain course combines gorgeous scenery with his diabolical golf course design. The Mountain course has held some very prestigious tour events from the California State Open to hosting the PGA Tour’s Q School Qualifying events.

The front nine is considered to be the easier of the two nines as it is more open but don’t let that fool you as there is plenty fescue throughout the course to gobble up any errant tee shots. Once on the back nine this is where the course shines. The first few holes play through a quiet residential community and when you turn the corner from the 13th green you see these four gorgeous golf holes carved out of the Santa Rosa Mountains as if placed there on purpose by Mother Nature.

Every PGA West & La Quinta course has a signature hole and the 16th at the La Quinta Mountain course will not disappoint. With views of the entire valley from the tee box you’ll be hard to focus on your next tee shot.

Black Tees

6,732 / 72.9 / 135

White Tees

6,300 / 70.7 / 128

Silver Tees

5,768 / 68.3 / 121

Red Tees

4,875 / 71.0 / 123