60151 Trilogy Pkwy,
La Quinta, California 92253
Office+1 (760) 771 0707
Golf proJerry Willis (Head Golf Professional)
18 holes. Desert-style & parkland. Undulating terrain - a few slopes to climb.
Gary Panks & Michael Angus
25 miles SE of Palm Springs
From I-10 between Thousand Palms and Indio, take the Washington St exit and head south on Washington Street. After 6 miles turn left onto Avenue 52, heading east. After 1.5 miles turn right onto Jefferson Street, heading south. After 1 mile turn left onto Avenue 54, heading east. After 1 mile turn right onto Madison Street, heading south. After 2 miles turn left onto Avenue 60 heading east. After o.4 miles Trilogy is on your right.
Coral Mountain Golf Club (formerly The Golf Club at La Quinta, and before that Trilogy at La Quinta): located at the most southerly end of the Coachella Valley's unique array of top-quality golf course, this very good Gary Panks-design will test and challenge players of all skill levels.
Relatively flat desert terrain has been transformed into a well-groomed and grassy layout, with only occasional hints of the original desert wilderness remaining. The holes weave their way, individually or sometimes in pairs, through a residential development, generally with a buffer of desert scrub separating the course from the houses. Good-width fairways and not overly penal rough create an inviting scene from the tee, especially with most holes also complemented by wonderful views onto the nearby Santa Rosa mountains.
Although there are no major elevation changes, the back-nine arguably has the more interesting holes, characterised by nicely elevated greens, gently undulating fairways and more water in play. The Trilogy's testing closing stretch, includes the dangerously water flanked par-5 16th, followed by the long par-3 17th, where a tee-to-green carry over water is required.
Perhaps not the most dramatic layout in the Valley, but this well-presented golf course certainly has its charms and challenges - and plenty of memorable mountain views.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.
Must book in advance.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2018].
Walking permitted at certain times.
50-777 Santa Rosa Plaza, La Quinta, California 92253
+1 (760) 777 1711Visit website
Located in the city of La Quinta, the Embassy Suites is within walking distance or a short drive from numerous shopping, dining, parks and golf courses. Old Town La Quinta is right across the street from the hotel, with a mosaic of unique shops, restaurants and art galleries in an early California setting.
La Quinta (Mountain and Dunes courses); SilverRock; PGA West; Quarry at La Quinta; Indian Wells Resort; Indian Wells CC; Heritage Palms.
Desert Willow; Desert Falls; Desert Springs; Terra Lago; Eagle Falls; Bighorn; Coral Mountain; Mission Hills; Shadow Ridge; Classic Club.
49 - 499 Eisenhower Drive, La Quinta, CA 92253
+1 (760) 564 4111Visit website
La Quinta Resort & Club is a legendary hideaway and meeting destination, renowned since 1926 for its charm and serenity. La Quinta Resort & Club features 90 holes of top-quality golf, including the famous Stadium Golf Course at PGA West and the picturesque Mountain Course at La Quinta Resort. Spa La Quinta offers resort guests a variety of unique indoor and outdoor treatments.
La Quinta (Mountain and Dunes courses)
SilverRock; PGA West; Quarry at La Quinta; Indian Wells Resort; Indian Wells CC; Heritage Palms.
Coral Mountain; Desert Willow; Desert Falls; Desert Springs; Terra Lago; Eagle Falls; Bighorn; Mission Hills; Shadow Ridge; Classic Club.
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