|Related Sections:||Death Valley||Inyo County|
Furnace Creek Inn & Ranch Resort1 Furnace Creek Blvd
Death Valley, CA 92328
Phone: (760)786-2301Fax: (760)786-2768
This is the world's lowest golf course. It is located 214 feet below sea level. This desert course has palm and Athol trees (imported from the Middle East in the early 1920's when the course was owned by American Borax Company) lining its fairways. Recently, this course became part of Death Valley National Park and is located within its boundaries. Because of its location, you can expect many breathtaking views. The most difficult hole is #3, a 422-yard, par 4, which frequently plays into the wind and offers only a narrow entrance to the green. Water hazards (ponds and a stream) come into play on ten holes. Perry Dye completed a redesign of five holes and added a new irrigation system in 1997.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bermuda Grass||Fairways: Bermuda Grass|
|Dress Code:||Collared shirt, no cutoffs, denim OK|
|Season:||Oct 15 to Jun 15|
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