Guest Information

We look forward to welcoming you at
Desert Horizons Country Club!

To ensure that your visit is as enjoyable as possible, please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the following information prior to your visit.

  • Clubhouse & Dining Dress Code
      1. Unless otherwise noted for special events, “Country Club Casual” (slacks) is acceptable attire in the Dining Room. The wearing of a “Coat and Tie” for dinner in the Main Dining Room is recommended, but optional.

      2. Unless otherwise noted, casual attire shall be permitted at all times in the lounge or patio areas, but in the main dining room area only as part of a special event.

      3. CASUAL attire is defined as follows: Shorts (must be within 5” of the middle of the knee) or slacks, collared or other acceptable golf shirts, Tennis attire with warm-ups or appropriate cover-up.

      4. Not permitted at any time within the Clubhouse or Golf Course areas: Tank or halter tops, short shorts, short skirts, tennis skirts or any type of clothing made of denim (jeans) material, irrespective of color with the one exception: “Jeans” clothing may be worn in the Grill Room only.

      5. Men shall at all times remove their hats, caps or visors when seated in any indoor cocktail or dining area.

      6. Members shall be responsible to make sure their children and/or their guests are dressed appropriately at all times.

      7. In case of any questions, management’s decision shall be final.

  • Golf Course Dress Code
    • Men

      Shirts with sleeves and collar or mock neck must be “tucked in” at all times. Slacks or Bermuda length shorts may be worn; however, shorts must not be shorter than five (5) inches from the middle of the knee.

      Women

      Shirts, with or without sleeves, and skirts or slacks may be worn. Shorts and skirts must not be shorter than five (5) inches from the middle of the knee.

  • Local Golf Course Rules
    • Out of Bounds

      Defined by nearest inside points of white stakes and curbs. Note: A ball which crosses a public road is defined as out of bounds or comes to rest beyond that road is out of bounds, even though it may lie on another part of the course (Dec 27/20).

      Water/Lateral Water Hazards

      Defined by yellow/red lines, respectively (Rule 26).

      Obstructions

      Pump houses are considered obstructions. Drop ball within one club-length of the nearest point of relief, no nearer the hole, no penalty (Rule 24-2).

      Flower Beds

      Mandatory relief must be taken. Drop ball within one club-length of the nearest point of relief, no nearer the hole, no penalty.

      Yardages measured to center of green.


      Please: repair ball marks, smooth bunkers, fill divots with sand and see mixture.

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