Cimarron Golf Resort is home to 36 holes of championship golf that includes the Boulders Course and the Pebble Course. Designed by John Fought, the course opened its doors in 2000 and continues to get the best places to play award by Golf Digest. With its stunning backdrops of the San Jacinto Mountain, this course has some of the best desert scenery around. Come see why Cimarron is one of the best golf courses in Palm Springs.
The Boulders Course is a par 72 championship layout, previously called the long course as it stretches over 6700 yards in length and boasts a slope of 122 and a rating of 72. It has been known for having the best greens in the valley of the desert. With its risk/reward style layout it challenges the low handicapper but at the same time allows a friendly layout for the average golfer. The course offers 4 sets of tee placements that can accommodate any play level.
The Pebble Course is a par 56 championship executive layout that stretches over 3100 yards in length. It has been voted as the best short length course in Palm Springs California and is one of the most fun courses in town to play. The course is very popular with junior golfers and couples as it's a much friendlier layout. Don't forget that with being an executive course you will have ample opportunity to hit a hole in one.
Scenic Hole Fact: Hole # 17 is a hole-in one opportunity where if you make a hole-in one, you will receive a $2,000 cash prize.