1269 E. Palm Canyon Dr.
Palm Springs, CA 92264
Phone: (760) 323-2775
Fax: (760) 323-4234
Mesquite Country Club is a unique, but traditional layout. While short in overall yardage, 6,400 at the tips, it is far from an easy golf course. Tree lined fairways and bunkered greens makes accuracy the prime objective. Selective water hazards next to rolling fairways increase the need. Some of the greens have tiers, but they are not overbearing because the speed is watched closely. With the wonderful mountain views, playing here makes for a pleasurable and challenging experience. For more details call ahead on +1 800 727 8331.
Located in South Palm Springs adjacent to the Agua Caliente reservation and its Indian Canyons, these large stables offer fascinating horseback rides into the canyons. Patrons may explore remote trails, enjoy rare desert streams that flow year round, and pause under the shade of the palms. Rides normally begin at 8a and 1p and last for two hours, but other times can be arranged. Credit cards are not accepted.
While private and semi-private courses shine in Palm Springs, this course is reputed to be one of the best public courses in the valley. Located in South Palm Canyon, Palm Springs' most exclusive neighborhood at the bottom of the Indian Canyons, the course offers golf and leisure at its best. With an 18-hole Championship course, and a 25 station driving range, it will suit all of your needs. If you're hungry try the Olla Grille Restaurant, and for supplies the well-stocked Golf Shop.
Bel Air Greens is a nine-hole executive golf course which makes it a great place to practice and play a quick round if you are short on time. Although it's a small par 32 course, you can still find some challenge with five holes of water and narrow fairways, and the small quick greens call for accuracy in chip shots. Bel Air is a very scenic course with lots of trees and great views of the nearby mountains – it doesn't have the desert feel of many of the other courses in the Palm Springs area. Conveniently located near downtown Palm Springs, Bel Air has a driving range and professional lessons too. For an extra $5.00 during twilight hours, you can play another nine holes – now that's a bargain. – Linda Steinmuller
Formerly Soak City, Wet 'n Wild is a water park in Palm Springs. They offer a variety of water slides like the massive Sea Snake, as well as a wave pool and raft rides. You can buy a one day ticket, or a pass for the whole season. The park's hour's vary by season, so check their website before coming.
Designed in 1950 by Bill Bell, the Legend Course at Tahquitz Creek Golf Club has undergone recent renovations to provide enthusiastic golfers with energetic play. The breathtaking mountains that border the course make every player stop to take in the sites. The course with its numerous bunkers, fairways lined with trees and fabulous greens make every round of game interesting.
This nine hole, par three golf course is the only golf course in the Desert that caters to families who want to play together.
Open from sunrise to 10:00 p.m., this facility is designed for skateboarders and in-line skaters to test their skills. This facility is lighted at night.
Buried in a beautiful enclave in Palm Springs, Tahquitz Creek features two public courses and a practice center. Choose between the 18-hole Legend Course, designed by Billy Bell Senior, or the 18-hole Resort Course, designed by Ted Robinson. The course is managed by Arnold Palmer Golf Management. Special golf programs and activities take place frequently. On-site staff includes PGA certified Pro Neil Finch.
The Escena Golf Club is the perfect place to take in a round of golf. Ranked as the #6 Public Course in California by PGATOUR.com, Escena offers a beautiful course surrounded by the splendor of Palm Springs. After a round of golf, grab a bite at the Escena Grill.
The Cimarron Pebble Course is a golf course nestled within the lush green Cimarron Golf Resort. Though a smaller course, it is maintained and on-par with the international golfing standards. Test your golfing skills and the coaches will give you tips to improve your game. A perfect space for amateurs to get acquainted with this game and its nuances.
Cimarron Golf Course Boulder Course is nothing but a dream come true for golf players. Set within a huge expanse of land, this golf course is designed by golf architect John Fought. This golf course is quiet challenging and is marked by beautiful landscape. Apart from professional players, this place offers golf lessons and practice facilities to novices and teaches them the basic of golf.