Sunrise Company developed Indian Ridge Country Club in Palm Desert, California from 1992 to 2001. Sunrise Company designed the 640-acre private country club community, built 1,068 homes (ranging from 2,200 to over 4,600 square feet) and partnered with Arnold Palmer on two 18-hole championship golf courses. Sunrise Company designed and built the world-class amenities including a spacious, full-service 42,000 square foot Main Clubhouse, a 22,000 square foot Sports Club, A Junior Olympic swimming pool, activity pool, tot pool, therapy pool, 14 tennis courts (10 lighted) including two clay courts, four paddle tennis courts and two championship croquet lawns. Sunrise Company operated the Club during the development period.
The Club participated in the world-renowned Bob Hope Chrysler Classic (now the American Express Golf Tournament) on the PGA tour for three years, hosting the prestigious event in 1996.
Construction at Indian Ridge Country Club began in July 1992. Home sales were completed in 2002 and the Club was sold to the Members in 2006.