A beautiful venue if you have a group that wants an affordable dinner for a special event. Highly recommended banquet department.
This country club may very well be the best value in the desert. Three nine hole courses that are in great condition with moderately fast greens. Although short by today's standards it has 108 sand traps and 18 water hazards that are perfectly placed. Several holes offer magnificent views of the south and west mountains.
The course also has 19 tennis courts of which 10 have lighting.
The food service is very good as far as country clubs go. Service is very good.
The best thing about Monterrey Country Club is the people. Members as well as staff. It is truly like family.
The tennis courts are in dis-repair. American Golf is at it again...no money for this once beautiful facility. They had the opportunity to spend money on resurfacing the courts a few years back, and the decided only to do a few of them. Now they have a handful of courts that are unplayable....and they will have more soon if they are not careful!
Review for the tennis facility only.
This past weekend I got a chance to play tennis again at Monterey Country Club. (I played there two years ago for the first time). It's a beautiful facility with a small pro shop. There are 19 lighted tennis courts. Many seem like they have been newly resurfaced. They are considered "slow" to tennis players. I enjoyed playing at the facility because my partner and I won our USTA Fall Doubles Sectionals match there.
The center court seems like it's a bit "faster" than the other courts and you'd expect that since it's played on more than the other courts.
Overall, a very nice tennis facility in a gated community. (I read Bob C.'s review and I'm not sure if the court that I saw with no net is being resurfaced or something else).
A beautiful course at a Palm Desert, CA country club. The staff was very friendly and the greens well taken care of. This course is definitely fun to play on.