SilverRock Resort

79-179 Ahmanson Lane
La Quinta, CA 92253 • (760) 777-8884




LOCAL WEATHER
La Quinta, CA (92253)
80°F
Fair
[Full Forecast]
Humidity: 9%
Wind: N at 3mph

Sunset: 7:00 pm
green Sunrise: 6:40 am

COURSE LINKS

ALERT: Overseeding
Will be overseeding 10/5 - 11/2, reopening 11/3 and likely cart path only for 2 to 3 weeks.
* Although Greenskeeper.org researches all alerts before posting, we ask that you please contact the golf course for confirmation.



1. sbarajasjr
Posted: 09/12/20 6:08p
Member Since: Dec 11, 2009
From: San Diego
Played here today (9/12) as a last-minute way to extend the trip out for the GK event at Desert Willow on Sunday. Played with a fun group of guys from north O.C. who had me laughing all morning on a 7... Continue »
9 Likes.
Rated
7.1 Conditions
2. mpisarski01
Posted: 09/06/20 8:55a
Member Since: Feb 11, 2012
From: Costa Mesa
Date- 9/5/2020
Time- 10:30
Temp- 123°
Holes Played - 12!

Went out yesterday with a high school buddie of mine and even though we knew it was going to be record heat we pulled the trigger on a te... Continue »
15 Likes.
Rated
7.5 Conditions
noeldaof
Topic: Transition - July - SilverRock
Posted: Aug 5, 2011
Yes, I agree, Johnny. Just from a small amount of observation within a few years of visiting the low desert and also knowing a fer greenskeeper, those courses, including SilverRock, who heavily use rye for aesthetic purposes do run in to this situation in a certain amount of time given-- probably 3...
JohnnyGK
Topic: Transition - July - SilverRock
Posted: Jul 18, 2011
I just read two negative posts and I hope SilverRock chimes in here to better explain the transition process of rye grass to bermuda. Anyway, SilverRock always goes through a transition period where the rye grass dies as the bermunda grass comes in due to the hot temperatures in Palm Springs. NOT al...
Nickesquire
Member Since: Aug 11, 2007
Used to be a very long par 4 that was lengthend into a shorter par 5 in the redesign. This is a strategic par 5 where keeping it on the short grass is preferrable to length. Tight slot between the fairway trap on the right and the waste bunker on the left that runs the entire length of the hole is your tee shot. Any 2nd shot that gets you within short iron distance for your approach shot and finds the tight fairway is a good one in my mind. Being on the right creates the best angle but brings the lower waste area into play. The green is large but not that difficult to putt as it is flatter than most on this course.
Hole
14
Nickesquire
Member Since: Aug 11, 2007
Reachable par 5. Must get tee shot on the short grass over the canal. While preferrable over a shot in the water, the waste bunker right is not a great place to be either. If you are in the fairway and are a longer hitter, you can have a go at the green over the traps and trees. Make sure you aim far enough right to avoid the waste bunker and greenside traps on the left, the terrain will funnel a ball well right of the green onto the green. The green is severe. Putts from the back or the front are severely downhill to the low spot in the middle of the bowl.
Hole
12

Playing Conditions
6.86
Good
  • Course Statistics
  • 294 of 2,266 Overall Rank
  • Value
  • Layout
  • Service


NEARBY COURSES & ALERTS

PRACTICE FACILITIES
- Driving Range: YES (grass)
- Practice Chipping & Sand: YES
- Practice Putting: YES