Indian Canyons Golf Resort, Palm Springs

Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web
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  • This old course has seen better days. There's so much dead grass and bare spots on fairways. The layout is pretty fair and there are great views of the canyon walls and mountains. The bag drop was eff...  read more »
  • Our round got off to a rocky start as new golfers ahead of us threatened to make it a very long day for us. Thankfully the starter and ranger got them to play best ball and things moved at an acceptab...  read more »
  • Couldn't really fault our day here. Got a cheap round, didn't pay for me as a rider. Hired a decent set of golf clubs. All very efficient and friendly and we felt under no pressure to rush round. Only...  read more »
  • I played the South Course with a friend of mine. We had a blast. The course is pretty flat and wide ope, but still presents some challenges. There is no driving range, but it was easily the greenest course of the trip. The place feels like a country club stuck in the 60s or 70s. It was pretty funny. Lots of pictures of Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope, and Jackie Gleason (and more) all over the place.
  • Played the south course in March 2016 & enjoyed it. It has many good holes & no stinkers. The greens are good......didn't look all that great but rolled pretty well. The course is well maintained but doesn't look as manicured as it did some years ago. The bunkers are good. The staff was pretty friendly, but the restaurant is small & told us it would take about 20-30 mins. just to get a hot dog. My biggest complaint would have to be the 8 minute tee times. They pack em in & then pressure you to play fast. I play pretty quick anyway but not everyone does. Also note that range balls are not included in the greens fee. It's a very nice course that is run like a muni but charges resort rates.
  • This is after all...Palm Springs. Nothing like this back east! Bro week with my brother Ted highly recommend ⛳️. great shape, the staff very accommodating, the experience memorable!
  • The course is nice, although it moves a little slow and you have to pay for the driving range separate from a round, which is already expensive, relative to the other public courses in Palm Springs. I would rate this a 4-star course but experienced another frustration recently trying to book a tee time more than two weeks out. The website only supports two-week schedules, but states that you can call the course if you would like an appointment further out. It turns out this is not true. Now my party of 8, who have never been to Indian Canyons will be instead visiting another course that can accomodate our reservation.
  • Played only the south course so can't speak for the north. This was such a great course. Loved it from bag drop greeting to 19th hole drinks. Amazing views! Every hole has a character all its own. Huge palm trees lining lush fairways. There are so many courses to play in palm springs area, but this is the only one I'd play over and over every time I return.
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