The Classic Club

Capturing the essence of Palm Springs, California’s label as the best and most established golf vacation destination, the Arnold Palmer-designed golf course, the Classic Club, “stiffs”to a layout suitable for all types of games and caters the desires of every golf enthusiast. The sophisticated feel of the 7, 306 yard unfolding a breathtaking stretch is established with 18-holes playing a par-72. The golf course is a habitat for professional golfers during PGA tours as well as novice players who simply want a feel for their ambition.

The Classic Club shows a golf trip location that is generous in space with sculpted fairways that breathes around the witty placements of 30 acres of water features and a reverberating terrain of trees that are highlighted around the native vegetation of pine and pepperwood. Colorful bushes, shrubs and pine straws back dropped by the mountains and vistas of the Coachella Valley paint the green carpet a sought-after picture.

The club prides a primo setting for group tournaments and even family and friends’ outing. Its golf vacation package is complete with a wide range of games paired with other amenities like food and beverage to feed every customer’s need. It also welcomes golf inspired weddings with its elegant ceremony and reception areas. The spirit of the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic PGA Tour on January 2007 held in this location may have stayed as it continues to preserve its one of a kind fusion of incredible scenery, reassuring comfort and competitive golf attitude. In fact, to this day, the Desert Gold Magazine continues to brand the Classic Club with an unequaled title as the number 1 public golf course in Palm Springs since 2009.

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