La Quinta Course Tour

Read how to conquer the course as former PGA tour player and current Golf Channel commentator Billy Ray Brown describes each hole. Watch the video as he describes the course. 

Hole one on the La Quinta Course

Hole 1 
A par five that measures 500 yards from the tee to the green demands your tee shot to be up the left hand side. After you do that, some of the longer players can get here in two, but more importantly, lay up to a perfect yardage of about 100 yards to the green that is heavily surrounded by bunkers. Hit a couple of good shots here and a birdie is a possibility.

Hole 10 on the La Quinta Course

Hole 10 
After you make the turn you come to the tenth, a par four that measures 406 yards. The tee shot and second shot are pretty easy. The fun begins when you get upon the green.

Hole two on the La Quinta Course

Hole 2 
A demanding par four that measures 437 yards with out of bounds both to the right and left, a tee shot up the right side is very important. Try to avoid the bunkers on the left hand side of the green. Par is a good score here.

Hole 11 on the La Quinta Course

Hole 11 
The eleventh hole, an interesting par five, is a short dog leg right to left. It depends on how much a player wants to bite off on this tee shot, maybe leaving themselves with a second shot that can get to the green. You might see some eagles here.

Hole three on the La Quinta Course

Hole 3 
An extreme dog leg left par four that measures just 408 yards. Most of the players will be laying up off the tee leaving themselves with a second shot back over the water. If you miss over a green to the right, it goes deep into a collection area. Par is a tough score here.

Hole 12 on the La Quinta Course

Hole 12
This is one of the birdie holes. The twelfth hole is a par four that measures 423 yards. Off the tee you must bisect the trees down the left and right, leaving yourself with a short second shot. Three shots is a possibility on this hole.

Hole four on the La Quinta Course

Hole 4 
The shortest of the par fours on the front nine, players will be laying up once again leaving a second shot of maybe a wedge or nine-iron over water. This is one of the holes that you can birdie on quite easily.

Hole 13 on the La Quinta Course

Hole 13 
There is usually a helping breeze here at this par three that measures 173 yards. Usually it’s about an eight-iron shot from the back tee, but you must avoid the bunkers to the right and left if you’re going to make three here.

Hole five on the La Quinta Course

Hole 5 
A picturesque par three requires players to be hitting over water. It’s one of the short holes measuring just 147 yards.

Hole 14 on the La Quinta Course

Hole 14 
The longest of the par fours here at the La Quinta Golf Course measures 510 yards, but there is usually a helping breeze. You must find the fairway down the right side. Your second shot is up hill to an elevated green where must avoid the bunkers on the right hand side.

Hole six on the La Quinta Course

Hole 6 
This is one of the most challenging par fours on the La Quinta Golf Course with water on the right hand side and a sharp dog leg from left to right. You must play it down the left hand side off the tee leaving yourself with a long second shot in to the green.

Hole 15 on the La Quinta Course

Hole 15 
On this 470 yard par four, you must drive it down the left hand side of the fairway. The second shot requires a shot over a hazard, but it gives you enough room to try to run the ball up the left hand side of this green. You must avoid the bunker on the right hand side. Four is a great score here.

Hole seven on the La Quinta Course

Hole 7 
The longest par fives on this golf course measures 563 yards and has a fairway that slopes left to right. This is a three shot hole, not too many players can get here in two. The treacherous shot is the layup, try to leave yourself with a short iron in for your third.

Hole 16 on the La Quinta Course

Hole 16 
On this 410 yard par four, you must avoid the bunkers down the right hand side. If you’re going to make a mistake on your second shot, miss it to the right, because water lurks to the left.

Hole eight on the La Quinta Course

Hole 8 
An uphill par of three that measures 180 yards to an exposed green. Wind is critical to the shot here, usually coming from the right to left making this a very difficult hole.

Hole 17 on the La Quinta Course

Hole 17 
The tee shot at the par three seventeenth hole that measures 153 yards requires a shot directly over water. A large undulating green requires a good shot, but two is a possibility here.

Hole nine on the La Quinta Course

Hole 9 
The ninth hole is a 414 yard, very narrow driving par four hole with bunkers down the left and right. You must find the fairway here because your second shot comes up and over water to a green that really has a lot of movement. It's key to get the ball in a fairway here.

Hole 18 on the La Quinta Course

Hole 18 
Our home hole here at the La Quinta Golf Course is a par four on the eighteenth hole that measures 403 yards. With water down the right hand side, players must lay up to the hazard that comes across to the center of the fairway. This will leave you 100-145 yards left for your second shot to a green that is heavily bunkered to the front and left.




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