44-460 Club Drive,
Indian Wells, California 92210
Office+1 (760) 345 2561
Fax+1 (760) 360 9492
AcademyIndian Wells Country Club Golf Academy
36 holes. Desert-style & parkland. Gently undulating terrain.
Desert, mountains and residential.
Classic course: designed by co-founder of Indian Wells CC, Eddie Susalla (1956).
Cove course: designed by Eddie Susalla and Ted Robinson Sr (1965).
Above distances are for the Classic course. Indian Wells CC also boasts the 18-hole Cove course (6558 from back tees; slope rating of 121).
12 miles SE of Palm Springs
From I-10 between Thousand Palms and Indio, take the Washington Street exit and head south on Washington Street. After approx 3 miles turn right onto Hwy 111. After approx 2 miles turn left into Club Drive (just before right turn into Indian Wells Golf Resort).
Indian Wells CC
Indian Wells Country Club, known as "The Fun Club of the Desert" since its creation in 1956, offers its members, their guests and golfers staying at the Indian Wells Resort Hotel 36 holes of championship golf.
The 18-hole Classic course was the first to be established, thanks to the Club's founders: Desi Arnaz, Paul Prom, Eddie Susalla, Linn Johnson, Earl Murphy, Milt Hicks, Bill Worthing and John Curci. It was the original home of the Bob Hope Classic for over 40 years.
The Cove Course, with its spectacular canyons and vistas was built several years later. The Club is not solely based on its 36-holes of golf, but also offers its members a wide variety of other Country Club activities and amenities.
Resort guests (staying at the Indian Wells Resort Hotel) can book to play on weekdays and weekends.
No outside visitor play available.
Credit cards accepted.
Indian Wells Country Club is managed by ClubCorp, a world leader in the operation and management of private clubs.
76-661 Hwy 111, Indian Wells, CA 92210.
+1 (760) 345 6466Visit website
The spacious and beautifully appointed guestrooms, featuring private balconies or patio and offering spectacular golf course and mountain views, were all renovated in 2007.
Indian Wells CC
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