Designed by master golf architect Rees Jones, Andalusia’s 18-hole championship course offers a challenging and rewarding game, all set within a stunning landscape.
The 7,521-yard, par 72 course is one of the longest as well as one of the most playable courses in the desert, offering a variety of stimulating play for every level of golfer.
It’s also one of the most beautiful. Its meticulously groomed fairways and bent grass greens are enhanced by nine gleaming lakes, three waterfalls, more than 80,000 plants, flowers, olive and palm trees—all set against a spectacular backdrop of the Santa Rosa Mountains which adds dramatic views to every memorable round.
Players have the remarkable option of six tees plus the forward tees that play from 5,489 yards. The 88 bunkers have been placed strategically to affect play from all angles. What won’t affect you are homes. Blessed with what could be the widest fairways in the desert, the course’s expansive design ensures that homes and backyards don’t become a factor. The expansive fairways give each hole a unique character that makes every round considerably more interesting, more spirited and more fun for all.
“The best way to run a first class golf club is to do what you say you’ll do when you say you’ll do it,” says Head Golf Professional Lindsey Winch. This philosophy supports his need to ensure members have an enjoyable experience every time they play. Originally from Edmonton, Alberta, Lindsey enjoys playing hockey (surprised?) two days a week, customizing golf clubs and spending time with his wife and three-year old son. He says, “Andalusia is different from other clubs because our members are very open and friendly to everyone. They reach out to new members and include them right away. This makes us a really fun club.”