The Palm and the Valley course are part of the JW Marriott Desert Springs Palm Desert Resort. The courses were designed by famous architect Ted Robison Sr. and feature over 30 acres of lush landscaping that include massive palm trees that tower over the golf course and many water features and pristine manicured fairways and greens. Views of the Santa Rose Mountain range can be seen throughout the course and with 4 sets of tee placements this course is for all skill levels. Come see why Desert Springs Golf Club is one of the most scenic courses in the Coachella Valley.
The Palms Course is one of two championship 18-hole golf courses at the JW Marriott Desert Springs. This par 72 layout spans across 6700 yards of spectacular desert. The course features mature palm and pine trees that line the fairways on this scenic adventure. Fairways will wind you through frequent elevation change that will roll from tee to green. There are many greenside bunkers that come into play. We feel that the back 9 holes of this course are some of the best we have played in Palm Desert area.
The Valley Course is the other 18-hole championship course at the JW Marriott Desert Springs. The course is set against the backdrop of the Santa Rosa Mountains and is the shorter of the two golf courses and player friendly. The fairways are quite wide and water is abundant on the course. The par 72 layout plays over 6600 yards and features rolling fairways and extreme mounding.
Scenic Hole Fact: Hole # 3 on the Palms course is voted one of the prettiest part three golf holes in the desert.
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