At 214 feet below sea level, we can confidently guarantee you will play your lowest round ever!
The Furnace Creek Golf Course was recently featured on PGA champion, Steve Elkington’s hit show, Secret Golf on CBS Sports Network. Go to Secret Golf’s website to experience Death Valley and the Furnace Creek Golf Course from Elkington’s whimsical perspective.
Furnace Creek Golf Course 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.
During a 1997 redesign, noted course architect, Perry Dye added subtle mounding and re-contoured greens to the already fun layout. Water comes into play on nine holes and four sets of tees provide an enjoyable challenge for players of all skill levels. Furnace Creek Golf Course has achieved designation as a “Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary” by the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary System (ACSS), the educational division of Audubon International. Furnace Creek Golf Course was the 42nd course in California and the 630th in the world to receive the honor.
|Day Time Rate||Sun Downer Rate (5 hrs before sunset)|
|18 Holes with Cart||$58.50||$47.50|
|18 Holes Walking||$45||$35|
|9 Holes with Cart||$28.50||$27.50|
|9 Holes Walking||$22.50||$20.50|
*Groups of 10 or more or for tournament details contact sales at 760-786-3353
Looking for great ways to spice up your game? Register for one of our annual Death Valley golf tournaments and put your skills to the test.
October 6-8, 2017
Sponsored by The Oasis at Death Valley. The tournament is a 3-day event with 2 person Scramble, Best Ball, and Chapman format – teams may choose to play in one, two or all three events. Details will be available in August.
January 5-7, 2018
Sponsored by The Oasis at Death Valley. The tournament is a 3-day event with 2 person Scramble, Best Ball, and Chapman format – teams may choose to play in one, two or all three events. Details will be available in November.