18 Holes | 6,747 Yards | Par 72 | Slope 137 | Tifdwarf Grass | Pete Dye (1981)
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This Pete Dye-designed course offers traditional rolling links-style golf with Scottish and Irish flair, characterized by rolling mounds framing manicured fairways and native areas. The course provides an invigorating round of golf against a backdrop of rugged mountain landscapes. This course has hosted the PGA Club Professional Championship, the PGA Tour Qualifying School Finals, the California State Open and the Ladies NCAA Championships.
Dress Code: No Denim, Collared Shirt And Bermuda Shorts Required
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Reviewed by admclean on 2/18/2013
Enjoyed the day very much. Weather was spectacular. Course was definitely a challenge and in great shape.
Reviewed by skinspa on 1/28/2013
Last played on Monday, January 21, 2013
Took my husband here for his birthday and although it is a very well maintained (but dry) course it is extremely challenging. My husband and I are pretty decent golfers and we have played at numerous courses around So Cal and Palm Springs but the Dunes course really kicked out butts and we probably won't go back. First off they told us not to go in the tall (very dry) grass to get our balls because they had fire ants... Ok? So now we can't stop thinking about the ants and stay clear. But on the other side of the grass is either water hazards, the largest bunkers I have ever seen and so many small hills no matter where your ball ends up it rolls down into some kind of hazard. We were just out there to have fun, which we did, but by hole 14 we were getting cranky and only had a few balls left. And to top it off some bitchy lady told us we were on private property when we went to retrieve a ball near her house. Hello! You live on a golf course! Some balls will go on your property. Ugh We love La Quinta and will try the mountain course next time but the dunes is the pits.
Reviewed by ender_cali on 9/11/2012
Great times. Service was more than generous and helpful. The only problem was we got there at 7am and food wouldnt be ready til 930 or something. This was Sept 8, 2012. I guess its not peak season yet so they keep staffing to a minimum. No cart girl either I guess. It was a little slow at first on the first 4 holes, expected as well since everyone wants to get on early to avoid the crazy heat later, but it opened up. Great conditions, greens were a little slow, but its the summer again, so expected. Would definitely come back again! Sooner the better.
Reviewed by blalor on 6/3/2012
Phenomenal course, phenomenal staff, phenomenal weather... just wish I could say the same about this obsession that California golfers have with seeing how fast they can race through a round. We finished 18 holes in 3 1/2 hours and had to let people play through! And they cussed us out because they had to wait on every shot. Try this; play golf for enjoyment or better yet, play by the rules. Try putting the ball into the hole once in awhile.
Reviewed by derick10 on 3/25/2012
Playing an early morning round at La Quinta Dunes, for the first time, was everything it was supposed to be from the staff and service of this club. From pulling up to the bag drop off and being met by a very warm and happy employee, that took control of making the day enjoyable, to the friendly and knowledgeable people in the pro shop, directing us to where things were in the club house and how to get to our cart. Getting to the starters station and being provided all the information that you would need from a person that not only knows the game but loves his job and the course that he is working at, made this day get off to a very good start. This was not only shown by the employees, but also by the other people that were playing that morning. Usually at other clubs, some of the people can be very stuffy and uncaring regarding the other golfers. We seen nothing but positive Good Mornings and It looks like the course is in GREAT shape and the weather is perfect. What else can you ask for!We played our round and it was everything we saw in the pictures and more, even though the starter explained everything to a Tee. I am sorry to say that we did have one complaint to a very perfect day. It was the snap of the cart that we had, when you pressed the gas to release the break. Once we figured out that you have to two foot the gas and brake when first starting out, it was much better. But we did end up with sore necks later that day, we believe due to this. Thank you to All at La Qunita Golf Club.We will be back to enjoy another heavenly game of golf at your facility.
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