Palm Springs Golf

Written by Donald Sparacin
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With perfect year-round weather, spectacular scenery, and over 100 courses to choose from Palm Springs golf is world renowned. All of the great designers are represented here, and frankly it's difficult to choose which Palm Springs course to play. We will feature a few of our choices for Palm Springs golf courses below, so book your tee time online and enjoy the best in American golf.

Featured Palm Springs Golf Courses

Our first featured Palm Springs course is Landmark Golf Club. This premier Palm Springs course has hosted the pros on many occasions and yet is still a daily fee course. Fees range dramatically depending on day and month, and the course is only closed on Christmas day. We recommend the North Course with a slope of 127 from the championship tees for a great round of Palm Springs golf.

Our next Palm Springs golf course is the Greg Norman designed course at PGA West. This is the newest course at PGA West and is one that is available to daily fee golfers. Like the other great PGA West courses that you've seen time and again on television, this is a toughie! With a slope of 139 from the tips playing out over 7,156 yards, you need to be careful here or the "Shark" will bite you.

The last featured golf course is the legendary Mission Hills. The Pete Dye designed course plays a challenging slope of 135 from the tips and is the only Mission Hills course available without a membership. Green fees are in the higher range, but hey, you can tell your friends you played Mission Hills. We hope you enjoy Palm Springs golf!

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