Palm Springs golf is made up of 8 smaller cities including La Quinta, Indian Wells, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert and others. With over 110 golf courses to play, this could be the world’s finest golf destination. Here you will find the perfect environment for enjoying and improving your game: abundant sunshine, low humidity, dramatic desert scenery, easy accessibility and green fees that work with any budget. It truly is an AFFORDABLE golf experience.
Keep in mind that during the fall (September and October) golf courses will be involved
in a maintenance process called over seeding. They don’t all do it at the same time but course availability and quality may be limited for 2 to 3 weeks. Here are come suggested Palm Springs golf courses to play:
Palm Springs Golf Courses:
PGA WEST: Norman, Nicklaus and Stadium courses:
Three of the top courses in La Quinta and a must for your Palm Springs golf itinerary. Each are unique and feature great conditions, rolling fairways, fast greens and fabulous service.
La Quinta Mountain and Dunes courses:
Two good choices for an opening day round. They are located side by side in La Quinta and are perfect for newer golfers with wide fairways, large greens and not too much trouble. A classic Palm Springs golf resort for the first timer!
A former Tour stop course, this design is always in great shape and is located just off I-10 making it a wonderful choice for a last round before heading to the airport.
Here you will find 36-holes of championship golf at it’s finest. The Celebrity and Player courses will test every aspect of your game with forced-carries, lots of water, tight fairways and fast greens.
Another 36-hole Palm Springs golf gem. Both courses – Firecliff and Mountain – are unique in their own way but are similar in playability and difficulty. With several tee boxes to choose from, both courses offer great value and are close to many Palm Springs golf resorts.
Westin Mission Hills Resort:
A perfect choice for a Palm Springs golf stay and play. The resort features 2 championship courses on-site offering great value for resort guests. Pete Dye and Gary Player designed the tracks that are considered two of the finest resort courses in the valley.
Source : https://www.bcgolfguide.com/regions/palm-springs-golf/