One of the biggest questions golfers face when planning golf trips to Palm Springs is where in that golfer’s paradise to play in. Unless they have an entire month to play one Palm Springs course a day, coming up with a decision is rather difficult. These golf getaways are too precious to waste on a course that they would rather have spent time elsewhere playing. In these scenarios, no one goes wrong with a trip to the Indian Canyons Golf Resort. A game at its North Course will make one see what Palm Springs golfing is all about: only the best.
The North Course makes up half of the 36-hole facility that is the Indian Canyons. It sits in the beautiful canyons part of the foot of the stunning Mount Jacinto. The 6,943-yard, par-72 golf course is a creation of the renowned golf course architect William P. Bell. On this beautiful piece of earth, Bell utilized a classic design, with water hazards totaling to 6, and some of the best combinations of natural and man-made features. The course is made even more beautiful by the accents of olives, palms, and other native trees. But what this golf vacation destination is most proud of, apart from the excellent golf challenge it offers, is right smack at the heart of it.
The Walt Disney fountain is located right where everyone can see it, and where the scenery is always at best. It can shoot up to 100 feet of water – an extremely refreshing view in the part mountain-part desert haven. Taking golf vacations at the North Course of the Indian Canyons erases all doubt and question. Nothing goes wrong here.