Sixty years ago, owner Gene Autry brought professional baseball to Palm Springs Stadium when the Angels opened spring training.
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.)
In 1978, John McEnroe stunned the tennis world and helped put Mission Hills Country Club on the map when it hosted the Davis Cup.
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 as the Canyons Club Golf Course, now known as the Indian Canyons Golf Resort has drawn a celebrated list of players.
The “Joe Cool” of the sports world, former quarterback Joe Montana, will be taking the stage as part of the 2020 Rancho Mirage Speakers Series. This year’s series is appropriately titled “Legends of Sports.” Montana will appear Feb. 18 at the Helen Galen Auditorium in Annenberg Science Building on the campus of Eisenhower Medical Center. Racing legend Danica Patrick opened
A third-place tie at the inaugural Desert Classic seeded a legacy for Masters champion Bob Goalby — and his family — at the PGA Tour event.
Hockey legend Grant Fuhr has a good reason for launching a new golf tournament in the desert to benefit the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation.
In 1973, Arnold Palmer solidified his reign as The King when he came to the desert and shot his best and final round on the PGA Tour.
Moe Berg wore a mask as a major league catcher, a perfect cover for his role as a spy during World War II, as shown in this new documentary.