Redefine your private golf club experience with its excellent blend of timeless, authentic country club traditions and modern upscale conveniences.
The beautiful Palm Valley Country Club promises to redefine your private golf club experience with its excellent blend of timeless, authentic country club traditions and modern upscale conveniences. This private, gated golf and tennis community is ideally located off Country Club Drive, between Washington and Cook Street, in Palm Desert California. Its lush tropical terrain is set against a dramatic backdrop of the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains. Each round of golf on its two spectacular Ted Robinson, Jr. courses is blessed with majestic views. The club features a host of excellent amenities, most notably its 100,000 square foot clubhouse, tennis courts, and state-of-the-art fitness centers.
Luxury condominiums with a knockout combination of great location, excellent amenities, and scenic vistas are the norm in Palm Valley. Buyers will find 14 different floor plans to choose from, ranging in size from around 900 to nearly 2,500 square feet. Most are single-level units with the exception of a single area that allows for two levels.
There are two, excellent 18-hole courses both designed by Ted Robinson, Jr. One is a championship level course with 72 par, and the other is a 63 par Challenge course for mastering your short game. There are also great practice facilities, a Pro Shop, bar, lounge, and restaurant. The men and women’s locker rooms offer steam, saunas, and Jacuzzis. Apart from golf, there are also tennis courts, a junior Olympic-size lap pool, an advanced fitness center, and a day spa/salon.
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Year Established: 1983
Club Status: Private
For more information on homes available in this golfing community, call DW & Associates at 760.776.7070
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