Thinking about teeing it up again? Here’s a peek at golf’s new normal during the coronavirus pandemic in the Coachella Valley.
Following legislative actions earlier this week by Riverside County and local authorities, golf courses around the Coachella Valley have begun to re-open for play. However, Palm Springs golf courses remain closed per the city’s emergency declaration orders, but the City Council is meeting April 23 to discuss the matter. For those courses that do open, it won’t be golf as
Price and timeless playability can makes used clubs at Golf Alley in Palm Desert the smart choice for Greater Palm Springs golfers.
“Happy Tails” is a fun and educational series of dog-friendly hikes on desert trails to promote ethical land use and support Big Horn Sheep recovery.
Semi-private courses like the Oasis Country Club offer Coachella Valley golfers a tempting change of pace and a whole new set of challenges.
Indian Wells Golf Resort’s “Shots in the Night” is a fun and innovative hit with golfers and non-golfers alike who are looking for a twist on tradition.
It’s wise to do a little bargain hunting. Golf apps and websites offer Greater Palm Springs players cheaper rates year-round, even during peak season.
A good workout for hard-core or recreational cyclists, the Tour de Palm Springs is a charitable event with global recognition.
The Desert Classic, the valley’s major pro golf tournament, offers an enhanced fan experience. Keep the vibe going at these off-site suggestions.
Big Wheel Tours heads a pack of bicycle rental shops offering the chance to get to know Greater Palm Springs from an elevated seat.