Designed by Ted Robinson, the Marriott's Desert Springs Valley and Palm golf courses also offer fantastic views of their surroundings in the Coachella Valley of southern California. The par-72, 6,627-yard Valley Course rewards players with striking scenes of the Santa Rosa Mountains, while the par-72, 6,761-yard Palm Golf Course offers views of the desert as well as the resort itself.
With four sets of tees apiece, the two 18-hole Marriott's Desert Springs Resort courses appeal to a wide range of playing abilities. Golfers without a lot of time to spare may enjoy playing on The Greens at Desert Springs, also designed by Ted Robinson. Even though the par-54 putting course measures only 1,435 feet, the 18-hole layout packs in all the features expected of a full-size course. Amenities available at the Valley and Palm golf courses include a driving range and putting greens, private and group golf instruction, a golf shop,.
On both 18-hole courses, you can take a high tech drive in one of our new golf carts with state-of-the-art navigational and computing systems. Right from your cart, you can use your onboard computer to view graphic layouts of each hole, compute exact yardage to the pin, monitor pace-of-play, and solicit tips from the course's pro on playing a particular hole. . Players who order a bite to eat before teeing off at the 18th hole will find their refreshments waiting for them after the game at the Sand Trap & Wedge. Golf Digest ranks the Marriott's Desert Springs Resort and Spa among the top 75 golf resorts in the U.S.
ARCHITECT: Ted Robinson
HOLES: 36 Holes / 2 Championship Layouts
DIRECTIONS From the Palm Springs International Airport - 25 minutes