From award-winning clubs to glow-in-the-dark courses, these out-of-the-ordinary desert golf destinations invite you to have a ball.
In the 28 years as PGA head professional at O’Donnell Golf Club, Sally Mahoney loved that not one day was ever the same as the last.
The ANA Inspiration has had its hands full working to ensure that golf’s re-scheduled “first major” meets COVID-19 pandemic challenges.
Moved to September due to the pandemic, the ANA Inspiration tees off without fans but with players like Georgia Hall who just want to play.
The ANA Inspiration, set for Sept. 10-13 at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, will be held without spectators due to the coronavirus pandemic.
PGA West’s Stadium Course is ranked among the top 10 best public-access golf courses in California, according to a list from Golfweek magazine.
The Coachella Valley is big on short golf courses that are perfect for time-crunched beginners or players who simply want to sharpen-up their wedge game.
The winner of three U.S. Open titles during her career, La Quinta’s Susie Berning joins Tiger Woods in the World Golf Hall of Fame’s Class of 2021.
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