Mission Lakes Country Club
Mission Lakes Country Club is an 18 hole golf course. Designed in 1971 by Ted Robinson is one of the oldest and most premier golf courses in Desert Hot Springs and Coachella Valley. with its final four holes considered to be the toughest finishing holes in the desert and an exciting challenge for low handicap golfers. Players of all levels find the course enjoyable and user friendly. The course’s 11th tee perches 1,500 feet above the valley floor, offering an unparalleled, striking, eye-level view of mountains glistening with winter snow and the entire Coachella Valley unfurling below. Its final holes are considered to be most challenging in the desrt
Desert Dunes Golf Club
Winding through natural sand dunes and surrounded by an abundance of native vegetation, Desert Dunes is the perfect marriage of links style design and desert golf. Crafted by legendary golf course architect Robert Trent Jones Jr., this course is widely considered one of the best tests of golf in the valley.
Desert Dunes Golf Club has received a variety of awards and recognition over the years, including being ranked as one of the Top 30 public golf facilities in the country and rated a Four Star Place to Play by Golf Digest. Host to U.S. Open and PGA Tour qualifying events, this magnificent course will always be part of the rich tradition and history of golf in the Coachella Valley. Thanks to the recent ownership change and a three year commitment to host the Canadian Professional Tour, Desert Dunes is poised to reclaim its position as one of the truly special properties in this world-renowned golf destination.
Sands RV & Golf Resort
Sands RV & Golf Resort offers a beautiful 9-hole executive golf course, the second longest in the greater Palm Springs area, complete with driving range and a chipping & putting green. Set amidst a rolling landscape dotted with mature trees, our meticulously-manicured fairways and greens provide a delightful park-like setting for everyone to enjoy. Drink-in full panoramic views of the majestic mountain ranges surrounding our valley, including the snow-capped peak of Mt. San Jacinto to the southwest. As a matter of fact, if you’re playing a round on one of our balmy evenings, you’ll even see the signal light blinking from the top of the tram.