Since the 2011 inception of the American FootGolf League, the sport has seen an ever-growing presence on the desert’s greens.
Grab your clubs and get ready for an unforgettable 48 hours of golf, playing courses designed by Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus, and Arnold Palmer.
Over the water and onto the green — well, that’s the plan — at these challenging and picturesque par threes in Greater Palm Springs.
As temperatures rise in the Coachella Valley, and with an eye on your budget, here are five golf ranges for maximizing summer practice time.
If you’re looking for prime course access and the best deals of the year, there’s no better time to tee up than the summer in Greater Palm Springs.
Following its successful debut last year, the City of Palm Desert Best Ball Championship will once again be held over Memorial Day Weekend, May 26–27, at Desert Willow Golf Resort.
Soon-to-be 91, Palm Desert’s Shirley Spork continues to be a force in women’s golf that began more than 50 years ago as one of the LPGA founders.
A week before the men gather at Augusta National for the Masters, the world’s best women golfers will tee it up starting March 28 at the 47th annual ANA Inspiration in Rancho Mirage.
As the CareerBuilder Challenge looms ahead this month, the player field is bolstered by the latest addition of 2012 and 2014 Masters champion Bubba Watson.
Golf legend Phil Mickelson will return for his second straight year as ambassador of the CareerBuilder Challenge, the desert’s annual PGA Tour event. Jeff Sanders, tournament executive director, says that Mickelson’s presence “brings us unbelievable expertise,” and his ongoing connection to the event “helps us work — alongside him — to make it great.” Mickelson has won five majors and