The La Quinta Resort Dunes course has held both the California State Open and PGA Tour Qualifying School. Designed by Pete Dye, it provides a relaxing round of golf with spectacular views of the surrounding mountain and desert landscapes. Well bunkered with railroad ties and lots of water.
The Pete Dye designed Dunes Course provides a relaxing round of golf surrounded by dramatic landscapes. Out of the traditional Scottish mold, this links style course favors accuracy from the tee allowing access to its well-guarded greens. The Dunes Course is ranked among Golf Digest's "Top 75 Resort Courses" in America, and was the site of the 1998 PGA TOUR Qualifying School.
ARCHITECT: Pete Dye
GREENS: Tifdwarf Grass
FAIRWAY GRASS: Winter Rye
Exit Palm Springs Airport to the left on El Cielo. Turn left on Ramon Road, go approximately 7 miles to I-10 East. Continue on I-10 to the Washington St. exit. Exit Washington St. and turn right onto Washington Street. Continue roughly 6 miles to Eisenhower Drive. Turn right / West on Eisenhower Dr. and continue about 3/4 mile around a sweeping curve to the left. La Quinta Resort & Club will be on the right hand side.
DIRECTIONS FROM LAX - 90 MINUTES
Take the I-10 East. Exit Washington St. and turn right onto Washington. Continue approximately six miles to Eisenhower drive. Turn right on Eisenhower Dr. and continue approximately 3/4 mile around a sweeping curve to the left. La Quinta Resort & Club will be on the right. hand side. Follow to La Quinta Dunes course.