California’s inland treasure awaits
While many might think of the coastal cities like Pebble Beach and San Diego first when thinking of California, Palm Springs is in a class of its own and was the former playground for celebrities like Frank Sinatra and Bob Hope. As one of America’s greatest golf destinations, you will find luscious green fairways among desert wasteland and jaw-dropping mountain landscapes. Boasting many championship layouts, you can follow in the footsteps of golfing legends, test your skills on world-renowned golf courses and stay in luxury resorts, making your vacation as memorable as possible.
Why play golf in Palm Springs?
- Experience the joys and differences of desert golf
- So much to do off the course, from shopping to hiking and other recreation
- Play past and present PGA TOUR venues
- The perfect climate to escape the colder winter months
Enjoy the Palm Springs golfing experience
Boasting 300 days of sunshine and golf’s greatest mountain landscape, Palm Springs golf courses offer a unique experience and there’s little to wonder why it attracts golfers from around the world every year.
A regular feature on the PGA TOUR calendar, the Stadium Course at PGA West is not to be missed. Palm Springs is also a hot spot for legendary course designers; Gary Player and Pete Dye have some of the finest courses at the Westin Mission Hills. In standard fashion, the Nicklaus Tournament Course at PGA West, designed by the Golden Bear himself, is ideal for long hitters with plenty of room and optimizes all you could expect from desert golf.
Stay & play in Palm Springs
Popular destinations in Palm Springs
Why book a golf trip to Palm Springs?
With 300 days of sunshine a year and incredible mountain backdrops, the desert oasis of Palm Springs is truly an iconic area to enjoy a golf vacation. With a wide choice of courses to choose from in the area, picturesque scenery and luxury resorts and some fantastic-value packages, a golf trip to Palm Springs will truly be memorable. Aside from testing your skills on the lush fairways, there is plenty to do off the course. Known for its hot springs, stylish vintage boutiques and hiking trails, golfers will have plenty to do off the course.
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Not sure where to play? Browse our map to find your ideal destination in a city of possibilities. We know you will have plenty of choices! Remember our knowledgeable golf experts are ready to answer any questions.
Stay in some of the best resorts in the country
This desert city boasts some of the best resorts in the country, with fantastic value packages to match. The Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa is one of the top options with two excellent golf courses onsite to keep you busy throughout your stay. La Quinta Resort & Club and Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa are just as grand with multiple courses onsite.
If you're looking to stay close to the attractions of downtown Palm Springs, Palm Mountain Resort and Spa provides an excellent value option.