Pro golfer Joe Durant recalls the five days at the 2001 Bob Hope Chrysler Classic when he set an incredible PGA Tour record.
The King Was Here
Don your own green jacket and discover Arnold Palmer’s vision of the desert.
Here are 5 public destinations in Greater Palm Springs to revel in everything Arnold Palmer from golf courses he designed to his restaurant.
Best Poké Served by a Champ
Former boxing champ Tim Bradley finds success in food outside the ring, while fans of the late Arnold Palmer can dine where the King did.
Former boxing champ Tim Bradley serves up the best poké in Palm Springs, while fans of the late Arnold Palmer can dine where the King did.
In 1995, three U.S. presidents converged on Indian Wells Country Club and made PGA Tour history in an epic 18 holes.
In 1995, 3 U.S. presidents including Bill Clinton at Indian Wells Country Club and made PGA Tour history at the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic.
Playing into the Sublime
David Duvall recalls the magical round when he shot his way into golf history at PGA West.
David Duval shot a 59 on the last day of the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic tournament in 2001 — one of the most remarkable golf comebacks ever.
Angels in Palm Springs
Gene Autry gave L.A.’s other baseball team a spring training home with sun and stars.
Sixty years ago, owner Gene Autry brought professional baseball to Palm Springs Stadium when the Angels opened spring training.
Better Luck This Year
Former Raiders coach Tom Flores, a two-time Super Bowl winner, is finally headed to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. (He’s told.)
Former Oakland Raiders coach Tom Flores, a two-time Super Bowl winner, is finally headed to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. (He’s told.)
When the Davis Cup Came to the Desert
In 1978, a teenager named John McEnroe stunned the tennis world and helped put Mission Hills Country Club on the map.
In 1978, John McEnroe stunned the tennis world and helped put Mission Hills Country Club on the map when it hosted the Davis Cup.
“So Many People, So Much Kindness”
An outpouring of love cured this cancer survivor’s cynicism and set him back on course.
Larry Bohannan was the honoree at the Desert Golf Invitational not because he hit long drives or made long putts, but due to his recent battle with cancer.
Since it opened nearly 60 years ago, Indian Canyons Golf Resort is where the country’s most celebrated golfers go to perfect their swings.
Since it opened nearly 60 years ago as the Canyons Club Golf Course, now known as the Indian Canyons Golf Resort has drawn a celebrated list of players.