The Indians Canyon Golf Resort

Palm Springs GolfColorful and breathtaking natural mountain vistas are some of the best things that the Indian Canyons Golf Resort offers its guests. Considered as the jewel of the desert, this 36-hole golf masterpiece that was divided into two 18-hole facility was uniquely positioned at the Greater Palm Springs to offer all sorts of golfers the unrivaled teeing experiences. Each year, guests who want to take a quiet refuge with nature often flock this golf resort to experience not just exciting golf rounds but also peaceful and relaxing breaks away from the hustles of the busy city life.

Golfers of all ability levels can take challenging rounds of golf at the resort’s two well-designed courses – The North Course and The South Course.

The North Course is a William P. Bell classical masterpiece that features the heavily Palm Springs Golfsteeped greens being part of the golf course architect’s tradition. This 6,943-yard par-72 layout meanders through the stylish “Canyon” region of Palm Springs where the authentic mid-century and modernized homes thrive. The layout also offers the 6 challenging water hazards between the course’s 9th and 18th holes. While on play, golfers can have a fair share of the stunning mountain views as well as historic Walt Disney Fountain. The South Course was redesigned by the famous Casey O’Callaghan together with the LPGA Hall of Famer Amy Alcott. This 6,582-yard par-72 layout features the rolling fairways and mounds, four large lakes, extraordinary five par-5 holes, and more than 800 Washington filifera palm trees and other palm species combined. Other amenities of the resort include the 25 station driving range, a golf shop, the Taylor Made rental clubs, and a restaurant.

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