Club Policies

Guest fees are applicable to all Family and non-Family Guests welcomed at Rancho La Quinta. If you are a renter or engaged in a long-term lease, please note that the Member of the home you are renting must submit a Guest Request Form naming you as their guest to gain access to the facilities. To enjoy the golf courses, Guests, Family Guests, and/or Renters, must be sponsored by a Golf Member.

Guest Request Form

All Guests are welcome to visit any dining facility as well as the Main Clubhouse pool at no daily charge.

Rancho La Quinta strongly encourages that human connection is at the forefront of all Club interaction. Among staff, Members, and guests, the following guidelines exist to preserve the RLQ Community:

  • The use of electronic devices for emergency purposes is always permitted
  • The use of cell phones to make or receive phone calls in a non-emergency environment is discouraged
    • Cell phones for the purpose of making or receiving phone calls are permitted outside of all dining areas and away from others; it is highly suggested that all cell phone conversations be kept to a minimum
    • Please do not use speaker phone at any time unless hearing impaired and away from other Members and/or Guests

The discreet use of cell phones for photography purposes of any Club facility or activity is permitted so long as this action does not interfere with the pace/play of any sport, or any Club event or dining experience.

The Rancho La Quinta Community is diverse and welcoming. While we understand that many of our Club facilities are an inviting place to bring pets, we would like to remind you that pets are not allowed inside any Club facility at any time or while dining indoors or outdoors at either the Main Clubhouse, Cantina, or Turn. This policy is in place to ensure the Club experience accommodates all Members and Guests.

To assist those Members or Guests who have distinct needs, we do permit Service Animals to accompany their owners throughout the Club. Service Animals are defined by the ADA as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities including, but not limited to:

  • Guiding people who are blind
  • Alerting people who are deaf
  • Pulling a wheelchair
  • Alerting and protecting a person who is having a seizure

The work or task a service animal has been trained to provide must be directly related to the person’s disability. As a reminder to all Members and Guests, service animals – while companions – are not pets. Service animals are working animals that serve an essential function to people with disabilities. Dogs or animals whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support do not qualify as service animals under the ADA.
We appreciate your cooperation regarding this policy.