The Rancho La Quinta Country Club is a tremendously successful and popular country club that features a lovely clubhouse set high up on a knoll in La Quinta.

The country club features two challenging 18-hole golf courses. The Championship links includes a traditional course from acclaimed course designer Robert Trent Jones Jr. and there’s also a second, more contemporary layout that was designed by U.S. Open champion Jerry Pate. Rancho La Quinta also formerly hosted the popular Skins Game during the PGA Tour.


The clubhouse is a key hub for dining, socializing, and entertainment. The 23,000 square foot facility includes the main dining room, a bar, and a private dining room. Members can also shop for new equipment and golf fashions in the fully appointed golf shop. The men’s and women’s locker rooms are also located in the clubhouse, along with The Turn, which is the perfect place to grab a quick bite to eat before or after a round or two of golf.

Rancho La Quinta also has nine lighted tennis courts, including two clay courts and a court with stadium seating, so they can offer tennis enthusiasts the option of different settings and surfaces for play.

Built in 1993, the Robert Trent Jones Jr. course is built with tradition in mind, featuring water hazards and large bent grass greens.
The Jerry Pate course, established in 2000, is hilly and features very wide fairways, large bunkers, and huge swaths of bent grass greens. On this course, water hazards are heavily featured and included on 12 holes.

Rancho La Quinta’s racquet club features a tennis shop, the men’s and women’s locker rooms, a fitness center filled with state-of-the-art equipment, and the Cantina, which serves breakfast or lunch. Members can also enjoy meals poolside or courtside. The racquet club also encompasses the club’s main pool. The junior Olympic-sized pool is idea for swimming laps and also provides a beautiful backdrop for meals and outdoor events. There are also several community pools and spas available for member use.

Membership for the Rancho La Quinta is $105,000, with quarterly dues of $1,225. There are also non-refundable memberships available at a cost of $39,500, with monthly dues of $1,225. The club is private and for members and guests only, with a maximum of 695 memberships.


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