California... the Golden Golf State

California

From the craggy cliffs of Pebble Beach and Torrey Pines to the desert of Palm Springs, California offers perhaps the most diverse golf experience you can have in the States.

You'll enjoy wonderful golf not only at Pebble Beach, The Links at Spanish Bay and Spyglass Hill, but other great golf on the Monterey Peninsula at courses like Carmel Valley Ranch, Bayonet GC, Poppy Hills GCand Pasatiempo GC.

In the Palm Springs desert you can stay and play in Frank Sinatra's house while you enjoy golf on the same courses as Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Jackie Gleason and of course Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods did. Palm Springs has home of the best and most well known golf courses in the United States, including Indian Wells, La Quinta, PGA West and Mission Hills.

From the craggy cliffs of Pebble Beach and Torrey Pines to the desert of Palm Springs, California offers perhaps the most diverse golf experience you can have in the States.

Pebble Beach

Pebble Beach

Pebble Beach will host its sixth U.S. Open in 2019, and its fifth U.S. Amateur in 2018. Pebble Beach has hosted a PGA TOUR event since 1947, rolling out its green-carpet fairways not just for the game’s best golfers, but also Hall-of-Fame athletes and Hollywood stars.

Pebble Beach will host its sixth U.S. Open in 2019, and its fifth U.S. Amateur in 2018. Pebble Beach has hosted a PGA TOUR event since 1947, rolling out its green-carpet fairways not just for the game’s best golfers, but also Hall-of-Fame athletes and Hollywood stars.

Palm Springs

Palm Springs

Resting amid spectacular mountain backdrops cut with spare desert beauty, and sporting an all-star cast of golf course architects, Palm Springs and the entirety of the Coachella Valley is one of the country's most alluring golf destinations.

World-class golf has long been a hallmark of Palm Springs, California. Located just 120 miles east of Los Angeles, the city boasts a dramatic desert setting, breathtaking mountain views and near-perfect weather. Palm Springs has rain only 15 to 20 days per year, leaving plenty of opportunity to enjoy the beautiful sunshine and bright blue skies.

World-class golf has long been a hallmark of Palm Springs, California. Located just 120 miles east of Los Angeles, the city boasts a dramatic desert setting, breathtaking mountain views and near-perfect weather. Palm Springs has rain only 15 to 20 days per year, leaving plenty of opportunity to enjoy the beautiful sunshine and bright blue skies.

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