California Golf

Crashing waves, sandy beaches, bustling cities, and magnificent Sequoia redwoods are among  the many things that surround the amazing state of California. Considered as the 3rd largest state in the U.S. in terms of land area, California’s diverse landscapes include the raging rivers, forests, alpine lakes, sparkling streams, and the sandy deserts, making the place a haven of endless outdoor opportunities. Aside from the array of parks and recreation areas, the state also boasts of its extensive coastlines, where guests can go boogie boarding , surfing, windsurfing, and water gliding.  California is also home to renowned greens where people from across the nation flock for exciting golf vacation packages.

Palm Springs

World-class golfing is what Palm Springs offers to its guests. Perfectly nestled in the Coachella Valley, the city serves as the home for the array of internationally renowned golf courses designed by some of the top golf architects. Ringed by the San Bernardino Mountains to the north, Little San Bernardino Mountains to the east, Santa Rosa Mountains to the south, and San Jacinto Mountains to the west, the city offers 354 days of sunshine and 5.23 inches of annual rain.

San Diego

San Diego is considered as the United State’s 8th largest city, with a total of 372.1 square miles of land area. The vast lands, which are mainly comprised of agriculture and manufacturing, also holds some of the best golf courses designed by the highly acclaimed architects. As cited by Golf Digest as one of the world’s top 50 golf destinations, guests from all over the world flock the city to experience the best tee times that only San Diego can offer.

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