Bermuda Dunes Golf Course | Palm Springs

Bermuda Dunes Golf Course | Palm Springs

Bermuda Dunes Golf Course offers only one Golf  Course Community.  However, there are 10 more golf clubs and communities within a five mile radius of Bermuda Dunes!  To see all golf course communities, just choose your City here.

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Palm Springs, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Indian Wells, La Quinta or Indio.  Our desert has approximately 120 Golf Courses, so if you’re interested in a Golf Course home, there is one for you somewhere!

It only has the one, Bermuda Dunes Golf Club, but it’s a beauty! It is one of the courses that helped define the Coachella Valley as a golfing paradise in the 1950s.

It was part of the old Bob Hope Classic for 49 years, hosting the tournament’s final round 16 times. It is where Arnold Palmer won his last PGA Tour event in 1973.

Reasonably priced homes, both on the fairway and also off the fairway are available.  Even more reasonable are the HOA dues!  Many of the homes are basically without HOA fees at all.

Many different styles and architectural types were built at the Bermuda Dunes Golf Club, from the 1950’s straight up to now.

There is even a new, modern style, home community that was just completed in 2015.  The one golf community in Bermuda Dunes offers something for everyone!

One of the finest golfing experiences that Southern California has to offer.  You can expect the best in golf tournaments, social events, casual dining and practice facilities.  Enjoy fun, but competitive games of bocce ball or workout in one of our fitness rooms.

Surrounded by gorgeous views of the San Jacinto Mountains, rolling fairways and freshwater lakes, Bermuda Dunes is the ideal location to spend your free time.

If you’re looking for a home or a condo in this area, contact me and I’ll help you find the perfect oasis to call your own. And if you’re interested in selling your home or condo in this area, visit my site for a free home evaluation.

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Q: Who bought Bermuda Dunes Country Club?
A: The latest example is Bermuda Dunes Country Club, where the equity members have sold the club to Steele Canyon Golf Corporation. It is the third time in the last 18 months that a desert club membership has sold the club to an outside party.

Q: What county is Bermuda Dunes in?
A: Bermuda Dunes is a census-designated place (CDP) in Riverside County, California. The population was 7,282 at the 2010 census. Bermuda Dunes is located near Indio and 19 miles (31 km) east of Palm Springs.

Q: Is Bermuda Dunes safe?
A: Very safe. There is really no crime to speak of.

Q: How far is Bermuda Dunes from Los Angeles?
A: The distance between Los Angeles and Bermuda Dunes is 115 miles. The road distance is 124.3 miles.

Q: What is the zip code for Bermuda Dunes California?
A: 92203

Q: Are Palm Springs and Palm Desert the same?
A: Palm Desert is a city in Riverside County, California, United States, in the Coachella Valley, approximately 14 miles (23 km) east of Palm Springs, 121 miles (194 km) northeast of San Diego and 122 miles (196 km) east of Los Angeles. The population was 48,445 at the 2010 census, up from 41,155 at the 2000 census.

Q: How far away is Joshua Tree from Palm Springs?
A: Roughly 40 miles northeast of Palm Springs, Joshua Tree National Park — a wonderland of desert rocks and dense stands of namesake yucca trees — makes for a superb day trip.

Q: Which celebrities live in Palm Springs?
A: Celebrities in Palm Springs are Leonardo DiCaprio’s home in Palm Springs. Hands down Leo is the most famous star to own property in Palm Springs today. President Obama & Family. The Kardashian family’s Palm Springs compound. Suzanne Somers’ Palm Springs home.

Q: Why is crime so high in Palm Springs?
A: Palm Springs police attributed the rise in crime to a combination of factors but said the most influential was the city’s role as a tourism destination, which attracts both visitors and thieves. Millions of tourists come to the city to relax, and criminals know this offers lots of cash-rich “easy targets,” said Sgt.

Q: What is the nicest area of Palm Springs?
A: The neighborhoods of Indian Canyons, The Mesa, Vista Las Palmas, Las Palmas, The Movie Colony, The Tennis Club, and Twin Palms are all nice neighborhoods. Palm Springs is where you will find the Indian Canyons for great hiking and sightseeing as well as the tram going up to Mount San Jacinto.

Q: Where should I stay in Palm Springs?
A: L’Horizon Resort & Spa, Kimpton Rowan Palm Springs Hotel, Holiday House, Colony Palms Hotel, Parker Palm Springs.

Q: How do I get from Palm Springs to Los Angeles?
A: Taking a train is the cheapest way to get from Palm Springs to Los Angeles. Tickets average $23.50, and there are two direct trains per day that will get you into L.A. in about 3 hours and 30 minutes. A nonstop flight would get you there in 1 hour and 10 minutes, but would cost around $300.

Q: How far is Palm Springs from Los Angeles?
A: In any case, it’s the most common way to get to Palm Springs from Los Angeles. Covering the 107 miles (172 kilometers) between the two typically takes about an hour, 40 minutes, unless you’re traveling from the beach cities, which can add on another 20 or 30 minutes.

Q: Is Palm Springs good for retirement?
A: The Palm Springs area offers active adults the ideal climate, location, and lifestyle for retirement. When compared to other cities in California like Los Angeles and San Francisco’s expensive real estate, it’s no wonder why so many retirees choose the Palm Springs area as their ideal retirement destination.

Q: Is Palm Springs California a good place to retire?
A: Palm Springs is the best place to retire for Southern Californians, but it used to be just a second home community. Today more retirees (and others) live in Palm Springs year-round. Baby boomers move out here before retiring, as well as lots of LA buyers who find Palm Springs far more affordable than LA.

Q: What is the windiest month in Palm Springs?
A: Hottest Month July (93 °F avg), Coldest Month December (57 °F avg), Wettest Month February (0.24″ avg), Windiest Month May (9 mph avg).