Palm Springs Golf Courses & Resorts

Golfing in Palm Springs Golfing in Palm Springs With more than one hundred outstanding golf courses and golf resorts in the region, it's no wonder that Palm Springs has grown into such a sought-after golf destination. The great California weather makes it a premier, year-round vacation destination for golfers.

Palm Springs is located on the Northwestern boundary of the Coachella Valley, which also includes several other rapidly growing communities including Cathedral City, Palm Desert, Desert Hot Springs, Rancho Mirage, La Quinta, Indian Wells and Indio.

Discovered in the early 1920s by some of Hollywood's elite, it is no longer the group of sleepy little villages it once was. While the area has changed over the years, the one thing that has not is the magnificent clear blue sky and the mild climate. It's a great feeling to be soaking your body in a warm outdoor pool or playing a round of golf on a manicured course while the rest of the country is slipping and sliding behind a snow plow.

The Palm Springs region, with its world-class golf courses and destination golf resorts, while not as large, is rapidly becoming the West Coast version of the Myrtle Beach golf scene. *

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