PRLog - Feb. 28, 2013 - The marvelous resort of Palm Springs in California is an appropriate location for a golf vacation. The balmy climate, beautiful scenery, and numerous recreational opportunities attracttourists to this place. It is one of the nine cities which comprise the Coachella Valley renowned for its numerous golf courses.The golf courses are suitably designed by well known designers and architects for men and women of different skill levels. The courses in the region are among the world’s best golf destinations and host many PGA tours.
To experience an unforgettable golf vacation, Indian Canyons Golf Resort in Palm Springs is a perfect destination. The resort is situated at the base of the splendid San Jacinto Mountains. The vast golf course in the Greater city area is contoured with lakes and tall palm trees. The course spans over a land area of 550 acres. The golf course at Indian Canyons is divided into North Course and South Course. Both are very different fromeach other.
The North Course is the longer of the two. The par-72 course plays 6,943 yard and boasts of architectural marvel of William F. Bell, son of famous golf course designer William P. Bell. The course comprises six water bodies and the lake between 9th and 18th holes is the most remarkable. The famous Disney Fountain which springs water above 100 feet into the air is located here. Majestic visuals of the surrounding hills and many plants seen periodically on the course are a treat to the eyes. Uniquely designed mid-century homes, some of them owned by Walt Disney, gives a traditional feeling.
The South Course was redesigned in 2004 by architect Casey O’ Callaghan. This 18-hole course is a favorite with women golfers. The South Course is a par 72 6,582 yard championship course.The landscape is embellished with four lakes that come into play on six of the holes. About 500 Washingtonis filifera palms, a common tree of the native Agua Caliente tribe can be found along the course. Besides, there are also about 850 striking palm trees.
There are clubhouses in both the courses where golfers can sip drinks and enjoy the panoramic views of the enigmatic Palm Springs. This 36-hole golf course has been a witness to the golf skills of some Hollywood celebrities and also U.S. Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower, Lyndon B. Johnson and Ronald Reagan. Some challenging and awe-inspiring golf courses are there in the adjacent cities of this oasis resort as well.
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