Featured Communities

Andalusia Golf Club at Coral Mountain

Madison Street at Avenue 58, La Quinta

Club Status: Private

Course: 18 Holes (Additional 18 holes are planned)

Course Architect: Rees Jones

Year Opened: 2005

Number of Homes: 900 (When completed)

Andalusia Golf Club at Coral Mountain is being developed by Drummond Real Estate, also the developer of Rancho La Quinta Country Club in La Quinta. When completed, Andalusia will feature 900 homes and two private championship golf courses. Amenities at Andalusia include the racquet club with spa, tennis and an impressive fitness center. A main clubhouse is also planned for a future phase. Additionally, there is an extensive network of walking and biking trails, a private dog park and Tapas Restaurant, which offers casual elegant dining inside and on the terrace.

Indian Wells Country Club

46000 Club Drive, Indian Wells

Club Status: Private

Course: 36 Holes

Course Architects: Eddie Sussalla (Classic Course)
Ted Robinson Sr. (Cove Course)

Eddie Sussalla (Cove Course)

Year Opened: 1956 (Original 21 holes)

Number of Homes: 3,500+

Indian Wells Country Club offers 36 championship holes of golf on two beautiful courses, the Classic Course and the Cove Course. The picturesque Cove Course has spectacular canyons and vistas, while the Classic Course was the original home to the Bob Hope Classic for over 40 years. With a dynamic, high energy membership, Indian Wells holds numerous “Club within a Club” activities and member events. Indian Wells Country Club boasts a spacious 70,000-square-foot clubhouse with a fitness center, men`s and ladies` locker rooms, men`s grille, grille and four private dining areas for weddings, golf outings and other functions.

La Quinta Fairways
A community of 254 homes located on the world famous La Quinta Resort Dunes course. This is a guard gated community with low homeowner association dues. Beautiful views. Beautiful golf course.

LQCC Club La Quinta
La Quinta Country Club
77750 Avenue 50, La Quinta

Club Status: Private

Course: 18 Holes

Course Architects: Larry Hughes
Robert Muir (1999)

Year Opened: 1950

Number of Homes: Approx. 515

Founded in 1959, La Quinta Country Club members enjoy a rich heritage other clubs dream of possessing. Most people are drawn here by golf and quickly fall in love with the beautiful desert ambiance and camaraderie among the members. Although the spectacular golf and weather are the initial attraction to the club, genuine respect and interest in each other is the foundation that binds the membership. The new Santa Barbara style clubhouse is stately, sophisticated and inviting, qualities which are expressions of who the members are at the club.

Mountain View Country Club
54000 Jefferson Street, La Quinta

Club Status: Private

Course: 18 Holes

Course Architect: Arnold Palmer

Year Opened: 2003

Number of Homes: 425

Mountain View Country Club offers an elegant lifestyle, world-class amenities and an endless array of opportunities to spend time with family and friends. Magnificent views of the preserved natural surroundings complement the wide, lush fairways of the golf course. Blended within a spectacular Arnold Palmer Signature golf course, the community reflects the rich architectural heritage of the Spanish Colonial era for which La Quinta is renowned. Mountain View Country Club provides a magnificent clubhouse, an 18 hole championship golf course, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a tranquil spa, tennis and swimming facilities and much more! All of this is for the enjoyment of the members and their guests.

Rancho La Quinta CC
79301 Cascades Circle, La Quinta

Club Status: Private

Course: 36 Holes

Course Architects: Robert Trent Jones, Jr.
Jerry Pate

Year Opened: 1993

Number of Homes: 1000+
Rancho La Quinta Country Club is stunning from the moment you arrive at the magnificent palm tree grove entrance. Just beyond the gates of this exclusive country club, you’ll find both serenity and activity. Residents enjoy world-class amenities in a casual and friendly club atmosphere. The homes are well set back and on elevated lots which command dramatic views of the surrounding Santa Rosa Mountains, as well as the two private championship golf courses. The two different style courses means golf members experience an enjoyable variety without ever leaving the club. Rancho La Quinta Country Club is a former host of the PGA Tour’s popular Skins Game.

The Citrus Club
The Citrus Club’s association with the La Quinta Resort is a benefit for Members who are afforded a host of privileges including preferred pricing on guest rooms, food and beverage, spa and salon services. Amenities include a stunning Spanish Colonial clubhouse with splendid archways, the popular View Bar, a 2-lane lap pool and a state-of-the-art fitness center, designed with generous arched windows framing magnificent views of the Santa Rosa Mountains. These venues overlook the player friendly Citrus Course with its colorful grounds dotted with groves of fragrant citrus trees. Citrus and Heritage Golf Members enjoy unlimited golf on the Pete Dye-designed Citrus, Mountain and Dunes Courses.

The Hideaway Golf Club
80440 Hideaway Club Court, La Quinta

Club Status: Private

Course: 36 Holes

Course Architects: Pete Dye
Clive Clark

Year Opened: 2001

Number of Homes: Unknown
The Hideaway Golf Club is nestled near the Santa Rosa Mountains, reflecting the raw beauty of the desert surroundings. Two distinct and dramatic 18 hole courses feature gently rolling fairways lined by water and sand, or punctuated by waterfalls and bunkers, leading to beautifully manicured greens. Both are meticulously landscaped and maintained, with extensive use of wildflowers, waterfalls, lakes and streams to create playable, yet visually dramatic courses. This private gated community combines the amenities of a fine resort with all of the comforts of home. Golf memberships are invitation-only, private equity memberships providing an exclusive golf environment of no more than 290 members per 18-holes.

The Madison Club

53035 Meriwether Way, La Quinta

Club Status: Private

Course: 18 Holes

Course Architect: Tom Fazio

Year Opened: 2006

Number of Homes: Unknown
The Madison Club is a private community which offers an exclusive environment with the finest golf and club facilities. The golf course features design characteristics of the finest traditional private clubs, with stands of mature trees, generous fairways and cascading water – all surrounded by dramatic desert mountain vistas. The Mediterranean style clubhouse offers breathtaking mountain and sunset views. There are five clubhouse member suites which provide luxury accommodations for short-term visits by members and their guests. Additional amenities include world-class spa facilities, a resort style swimming facility, a fitness center, golf performance center, and both fine and casual dinning.

The Quarry at La Quinta
79700 Quarry Lane, La Quinta

Club Status: Private

Course: 18 Holes

Course Architects Tom Fazio

Year Opened: 1994

Number of Homes: Unknown

The Quarry at La Quinta is dramatically nestled at the base of the foothills between the Coral and the Santa Rosa Mountains. Renowned golf course architect, Tom Fazio, masterfully designed what is referred to as the "Golfer`s Golf Course." By harnessing the three unique elevations offered by the site, he created three very distinct playing areas, as golfers will encounter a gradual elevation of more than 300 feet. The clubhouse features awe-inspiring views of the course and the surrounding mountains. There is also a health spa, tennis court and luxurious accommodations for Members and their guests, as well as private dining.

Tradition Golf Club
78505 Avenue 52, La Quinta

Club Status: Private

Course: 18 Holes plus 9-Hole Par 3

Course Architects: Arnold Palmer
Ed Seay

Year Opened: 1997

Number of Homes: Unknown
Tradition Golf Club is a private golf club with 450 feet corridors and lush fairways surrounding a luxurious community reminiscent of 1920s Spanish Colonial architecture. Timeless details, exquisite materials and intimate courtyards with splashing fountains are just some of what you find. Lush green landscaping and surrounding mountains give a look and feel vastly different from other desert courses. The 18-hole championship course and a 9-hole Par 3 are each designed for a rewarding golf experience no matter what the skill level. The clubhouse completes the unique and authentic hacienda pattern of the compound by further framing the view of the peak of the Santa Rosa Mountains from the inner courtyard.