Indian Canyons Golf Resort

INDIAN CANYONS GOLF RESORT
1097 E. Murray Canyon Dr.
Palm Springs , CA 92264
www.indiancanyonsgolf.com | 760-833-8700

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Indian Canyons Golf Resort is situated Palm Springs South Canyon area.  This resort is owned by the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and resides on their reservation land. It has two 18 hole courses, the South and the North Course. The Resort has a rich golf history and a favorite golf venue for many celebrities especially in the 1960s and 1970s. 

Indian Canyons Golf Resort is a semi-private club offering both membership opportunities as well a single round play open to the public. Practice facilities include a 25 station targeted grass driving range and a combination putting and chipping green.

North Course
Holes: 18
Par: Men’s 72   Women’s 72
Type: Regulation
Designer: William P. Bell
[download North Course map]

The North Course is a par 72, 6,943 yard course that was designed by well known architect, William P. Bell and is heavily steeped in tradition. This classically designed course meanders through Palm Springs’ stylish “Canyon” region which boasts a wide array of authentic mid-century modern homes and stunning mountain views. The course is brought to life by thousands of palm, olive and other native trees.  The course  has six challenging water hazards the largest  which  is located between the  9th and 18th holes and hosts the  course’s visual centerpiece,  the historic Walt Disney fountain which shoots water jets over 100 feet high.

South Course
Holes: 18
Par: Men’s 72   Women’s 72
Type: Regulation
Designer: Casey O’Callaghan
[download South Course map]

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The South Course is an 18-hole championship course that was designed by Casey O’Callaghan in 2004  along  with consultant,  Amy Alcott, LPGA Hall of Famer. This par 72, 6,582 yard championship course has four large lakes that come into play on six of the holes, but the most extraordinary features are the 5 five par holes. The course also features  rolling  mounds and  fairways and more than 850 palm trees, including some 500 Washingtonia  filifera  palm trees native to the Agua Caliente Tribe and an important tree  in the history of the Tribe.