Indian Wells Golf Course | Palm Springs

Indian Wells Golf Course | Palm Springs

Indian Wells Golf Course has the only 36-hole facility in California with both courses ranked in the Top 20 “Best Courses You Can Play” in California by Golf Week Magazine, and ranked number 11 in Conde Nast Travelers’ “Top 15 California Golf Resorts” Indian Wells Golf Resort is the premier golf destination for everyone from amateurs to pros to presidents.

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The Indian Wells Golf Course features wide playing corridors, traditional rectangular tee boxes and sculpted bunkers.


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Most of the holes are oriented to take full advantage of jaw-dropping views of the surrounding mountain ranges and majestic Eisenhower Mountain to the south.

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Q: Who owns the Indian Wells Tennis Garden?
A: Larry Ellison, In December 2009, Larry Ellison, co-founder and CEO of Oracle Corporation, became the owner of both the Indian Wells Tennis Garden and the BNP Paribas Open.

Q: How much does it cost to join Indian Wells Country Club
A: Indian Wells Country Club in Indian Wells CA – Golf Membership Fee: $25000. Indian Wells Country Club in Indian Wells CA – Golf Membership Monthly Dues: $1070. Indian Wells Country Club Social & Fitness Initiation: $100 with $253 monthly dues.

Q: Why is it called Indian Wells?
A: History of Indian Wells California. The City of Indian Wells was named for an old Cahuilla Indian water hole that was a major water source for local area tribes. The well appears to have been built around 1850 and shows up on early state and railroad maps.

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.