La Quinta Country Club invites you to preview the Club for the season!

Not only has La Quinta Country Club recently made some wonderful changes and updates to their club, but they are now offering an incredibly easy and attractive opportunity to explore the club for a season. Read below for the details and call Kelly for more information!  (Contact info below.)

La Quinta Country Club

La Quinta Country Club

One of the most prestigious private country clubs in the Palm Springs area, La Quinta Country Club, located at the base of the Santa Rosa Mountains, has a rich history stemming back to its founding year in 1959.  Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower arrived in his private helicopter to cut the ribbon and formally open the Club.  Hollywood stars and PGA players were drawn to this classic and traditional course.

La Quinta Country Club has hosted the Humana Challenge (formerly the Bob Hope Classic) for more than 45 years and will again host the event in 2013.  Their championship 18-hole course is impeccably maintained and its greens “are the best on tour”, according to Phil Mickelson, PGA Tour Player.

In 2006, it was decided that the clubhouse (fondly called “The Shack”) had suffered too much earthquake damage and would have to be rebuilt.  Three years later, the beautiful new 37,000 sq. foot Santa Barbara style clubhouse and outlying buildings were completed to the delight of the membership.  The Club is entirely Member owned.

The Members are drawn to La Quinta Country Club by golf but quickly fall in love for another reason, it feels like home.  They enjoy the cards, dining, dancing, social activities, golf tournaments, state-of-the-art workout facility and the many spa services available such as massage, nail and hair salons.

With a warm, friendly and very social membership, La Quinta Country Club is a desirable home away from home. 

The Single Season Preview initiative: 

La Quinta Country Club is offering a “single season preview initiative” for anybody interested in previewing this club’s full membership entitlements for a season (now through May 31st, 2013).  This is an incredible way to explore the club as the new member is only committed to one season and they pay reduced monthly dues and no initiation deposit!  It’s a wonderful opportunity to explore the many amenities at this club without a permanent financial investment.  Here are the details: You may elect to join the Club at any time during the 2012-2013 season; however, there is a pricing incentive should you join within the first 30 days of this preview initiative. This pricing is as follows:

    • $50,000 for a Regular Membership (a $25,000 discount).
      • Unlimited golf and unlimited use of the clubhouse facilities
    • $25,000 for an Associate Membership (a $5,000 discount).
      • 4 rounds of golf/month for both Member and spouse and unlimited use of the clubhouse facilities.  Additional rounds may be purchased at the prevailing green fee rate.
    • $20,000 for a Junior Executive Membership (ages 21-49) (a $5,000 discount). 
      • Unlimited golf and unlimited use of the clubhouse facilities.
      • Children are included in this membership until they reach the age of 22.
      • There is no additional membership initiation fee upon reaching age 50
      • At age 50, your membership turns to an equity membership.
    • $5,000 for a Social Membership (a $3,000 discount). 
      • This is not a golf membership, but the rules allow for 6 rounds per person in season (Nov. – May 31) and unlimited use of the clubhouse facilities.
    • All new members receive discounted dues of:
      • 35% in year one (12 months)
      • 25% in year two (12 months)
      • 15% in year three (12 months)
      • They are committed to the full monthly dues amount in year 4 and beyond.

To schedule a private tour and inquire about membership, please contact Kelly O’Day, Membership Director at (760) 972-4894 or  We look forward to welcoming you to the lifestyle of La Quinta Country Club.

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Written by TG Gallaudet

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