March, 2023 Prices and selections may vary and are updated frequently.
Bighorn Golf Club is located at 535 Mesquite Hills, Palm Desert, CA 92260 and at 255 Palowet Drive, Palm Desert, CA 92260.
History (Year Opened)
The golf course was designed by Thomas Fazio. Fazio specifically designed the Canyons Golf Course that opened in 1998. It’s currently being managed by Tony Ogrodnick.
Below is the latest Bighorn Golf Club prices.
The initiation fee to Bighorn Golf Club is $100,000. This is only for club membership. For individuals who want to be a member of the golf club, the price is at $250,000. Members get unlimited golf privileges, especially access to championship-level golf courses.
Members have to follow specific guidelines on playing golf: they don’t allow members to wear spikes. Other regulations aren’t disclosed.
Green Fee (Base Fee)
No information available for the green fees for Bighorn Golf Club.
Public or Private?
Bighorn Golf Club is a private community.
Bighorn Golf Club has an 18-hole course.
The Bighorn Golf Club has two courses: the Canyons Course and the Mountains Course. Members will have access to championship-level golf courses. There are practice facilities on site, a learning center, fitness centers, fitness studios for pilates and aerobics, and locker rooms. Bighorn Golf Club also has tennis courts.
There is also a cryotherapy chamber, steam rooms, spa and wellness centers, skincare therapy treatments, and a lap pool. Bighorn Golf Club also has full service hair and nail salons for both men and women. There are separate and dedicated dining areas for members.
Other amenities in the Bighorn Golf Club include cart rentals, clubs, caddies, and there are practice facilities too. There’s a chipping area, a putting green, and wide driving ranges.
The difficulty rating for Bighorn Golf Course is 74.1 and it has a slope rating of 139. The longest yard is at 7,083.
Difficulty rating for Bighorn Golf Course varies depending on the tees. For gold tees, they have a maximum yardage of 7000 yards, with a 74.8 rating. Silver tees, on the other hand, have a 72.7 rating, with 6654 yards. Blue tees have 70.7 ratings, with 6282 max yardage.
For bronze tees, they’re rated at 69 with yardage of 5914; white tees are at 5723 yards with 68 USGA ratings, for women’s tees (white), they’re rated at 74.2 with a 5723 yardage. Yellows have a 70.9 rating with 5146 yards, the lowest out of all the tees.