34-600 Mission Hills Drive,
Rancho Mirage, California 92270
Office+1 (760) 324 9400
Fax+1 (760) 324 9230
AcademyMission Hills Golf Academy.
54 holes. Desert-style & parkland. Gently undulating terrain.
Residential and desert.
Dinah Shore Tournament course: designed by Desmond Muirhead (1972).
Arnold Palmer course: designed by Arnold Palmer (1979).
Pete Dye Challenge: designed by Pete & Alice Dye (1988).
There are three championship courses at Mission Hills CC : Arnold Palmer course (6834 yards from back tees); Pete Dye Challenge course (6955 yards); Dinah Shore Tournament course (7240 yards).
7 miles E of Palm Springs
The private Mission Hills Country Club (as distinct from the adjacent Westin Mission Hills Resort) is home to three championship golf courses, separately designed by Pete Dye, Arnold Palmer and Desmond Muirhead.
The Muirhead layout, originally called the Old Course, and now the Dinah Shore Tournament course, is home to one of the women's major championships, the ANA Inspiration (formerly known as the Kraft Nabisco Championship, and before that the Nabisco Dinah Shore). The course is rated one of the best in the Coachella Valley, and culminates in the 646-yard par-5 18th, with an island green sitting right in front of the clubhouse.
The Arnold Palmer course measures 6,834 yards from the tips and is a Mission Hills Country Club member favourite. The Pete Dye Challenge (originally called the Dinah Shore course, until that title was moved to the Tournament course) weighs in at 6,955 yards from the back tees. The design incorporates big waste areas and bunkers large enough to make this Rancho Mirage golf course a real test of skill.
Mission Hills Country Club is a private club. Guests may only play if hosted by a member.
The Dinah Shore Tournament Course designed by Desmond Muirhead, plays host to the LPGA’s Kraft Nabisco Championship, which is one of the four Major tournaments competed for by the world's best women players. >> Mission Hills Country Club is managed by ClubCorp, a world leader in the operation and management of private clubs.
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