Course Review: Andalusia Country Club

On Thursday, I attended the SCGA member outing at Andalusia Country Club. It is also known as Andalusia at Coral Mountain, which is the name of the high-end residential community in which the course/club is situated. This was the first stop on the SCGA's annual Bob Hope Trail, though it was the only round I... Continue Reading →

Renovated Course Review: SilverRock Resort

Yesterday afternoon, I finally made it out to the renovated version of SilverRock in La Quinta. After being reduced to a 9-hole course for some time, the full course reopened last fall and revealed its new back nine configuration. I know the renovation was mainly done to make room for the eventual resort that will... Continue Reading →

Course Review: O’Donnell Golf Club

This past Sunday, I had the rare opportunity to experience a true piece of golf history in the Coachella Valley. O’Donnell Golf Club in Palm Springs is the oldest active course in the valley, with its roots dating back to the 1920s. O’Donnell is a private club with a very small membership base, so it’s... Continue Reading →

Course Review: Eldorado Country Club

Last week, I had a unique opportunity to play this private club in Indian Wells. Now that I live out in the desert, I have been aggressively reaching out to the private clubs I haven’t played. With the summer heat and limited member play, I figure it’s my best hope at accessing some of these... Continue Reading →

Course Review(s): Ironwood Country Club

Just north of Bighorn Golf Club in Palm Desert, you will find Ironwood Country Club. It’s yet another wonderful private Coachella Valley club with plenty of history and character. I was out at Ironwood yesterday participating in another SCGA member outing, which was set up on the South Course as a 7:30 shotgun start. A... Continue Reading →

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