Mesquite Country Club features moderately rolling with mature trees and spectacular views of the mountains. It is well bunkered, with eight small lakes and many palm trees. The course plays over and along a streambed, so it is much tougher when the water flows.
Mesquite Country Club has hosted several local PGA and Golden State Tour events. Although relatively short by championship standards playing 6,400 yards from the tips, Mesquite offers a challenging round of golf with numerous water hazards. Legendary Bob Hope and his colleagues used to play here in earlier days.
The Mesquite golf course is a traditional and mature 18 hole championship layout designed by Bert Stamps in 1985. Stamps developed Mesquite in the shadow of the majestic San Jacinto & Santa Rosa mountain range, offering golfers breathtaking views as they wind through 800 gently swaying palm trees. It features 5 lakes, mature tree lined fairways with 7 bridges, and provides a challenge for players of all skill levels.
Mesquite Golf & Country Club hosts a large grass practice facility and driving range.
The Clubhouse was built in classic Spanish style and boasts over 15,000 square feet. It includes an elevated full restaurant, banquet area and patio with breathtaking views of the mountains and lush fairways; a cocktail lounge, pro shop and two racquetball courts.
Toll Free Tee Times: 1.800.520.0289
Architect: Bert Stamps
Holes: 18 Regulation
Dress Code: Collared shirt, no cutoffs, denim OK
Features & Amenities
Open To The Public
18 Holes – Par 72
50 Sand Traps
16 Lakes & Streams
Open 7 Days a Week
Scenic Mountain Views
Directions From Los Angeles / Palm Springs:
Take the Palm Drive exit (#123) off Interstate 10 East (I-10) and drive south to Ramon Road and turn west. At Farrell, turn south and drive to the course at Mesquite Avenue.
Mesquite Country Club Scorecard