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The Furnace Creek Golf Course at Death Valley

Travel Advisory: The Oasis at Death Valley is now open with certain limitations on in-person dining in accordance with current state requirements.

The General Store hours will be 8am to 8pm. Beginning May 11, the Pro Shop hours of operation will be 6am to 12pm and effective May 17, the Pro Shop will only be open Thursday-Sunday. The Service Station window hours will be 10am to 4pm daily (except Tuesdays and Wednesdays) for gas and propane. The gas pumps will be in operation 24/7.

Complimentary coffee will be served from the Coffee & Cream from 6:30am to 10am Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, and at the Last Kind Words Saloon from 6:30am to 10am Monday-Thursday. Take out dining options can be found at The Last Kind Words Saloon, the Pool Cafe, and Coffee & Cream (Friday-Sunday only). The Inn Dining Room is open at 25% capacity and reservations are required.

Furnace Creek Golf Course at Death Valley

Play the World’s Lowest-Elevation Golf Course in the Heart of Death Valley National Park

The Furnace Creek Golf Course at Death Valley offers great California desert resort golf, a unique golf vacation and an ideal winter getaway. At 214 feet below sea level, this 18-hole, par 70 course is also the world’s lowest elevation golf course. Palm and tamarisk trees frame the fairways and majestic mountains are visible from all areas of the course.

Rated one of “America’s 50 Toughest Courses” by Golf Digest, The Furnace Creek Golf Course at Death Valley offers golfers the chance to test their mettle against the low elevation, low barometric pressure, and perhaps even a coyote or two, that will make a golf ball dance in mysterious ways.

It’s one thing to play below par. It’s another thing to play 214 ft below sea level. Book a round at The Furnace Creek Golf Course at Death Valley today by  calling 760-786-3373 or clicking on the button below.

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The Furnace Creek Golf Course at Death Valley Green Fees
Day Time Rate per GolferSun Downer Rate per Golfer (5 hrs before sunset)
18 Holes with Cart$73.50$47.50
18 Holes Walking$60$35
9 Holes with Cart$38.50$27.50
9 Holes Walking$30$20.50

*To call to make a tee time dial (760) 786-3373 or click on this button:

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Golf Deals & Packages

The Furnace Creek Golf Course on a sunny day.

Unlimited Golf Package

Pack your clubs and hit the links with this stay & play package that lets you golf to your heart's content.

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Stay & Play Golf Package

Save 15% on accommodations and save 20% on golf! There's no better place to plan an outing or get the most out of your golf vacation on our Perry Dye-designed course.

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The Furnace Creek Golf Course at Death Valley

A Major Golf Package

Show your lanyard from any of the Majors* from 2016-2019 and receive a free first round of golf.

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Take a Virtual Walkthrough

Follow along as brothers Zac and Andrew Radford take you through each hole of The Furnace Creek Golf Course at Death Valley.

Cap it All Off at the 19th Hole

After playing a memorable 18 holes, you’re going to want to relive it all hole-by-hole. And where better than the 19th hole, known for its great hamburgers, full bar, and relaxed atmosphere.

The 19th Hole

Perfect for Golf Groups and Families Alike

Lessons & More

Phil Mickelson Got His First Clubs Here, You Can Get Started Golfing Here Too!

With a PGA Golf Pro on site and lessons available, there are few more unique places to introduce your kids or significant other to the wonderful game of golf. Call the Pro Shop at 760-786-3373 for details on lessons and how to get your family involved.

Groups, Tournaments & More

Looking for a group golf getaway? Want to schedule a tournament in a golfing location like no other? Need a location for a corporate retreat? We’ve got you covered. Contact our Group Sales office and they will be happy to help make your group gathering a success. And with more than 3.2 million acres of Death Valley National Park to spread out in, there’s plenty of room to have a safe and socially distant retreat!

Just 2 Hours from Las Vegas and a Little More Than 4 Hours from Los Angeles