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Golf Course Review Tahquitz Creek Resort (Legends) Palm Springs California

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Check out the latest golf course review below for Tahquitz Creek Resort (LEGENDS).

Tahquitz Creek Resort Palm Springs California Hole 3 Approach
Tahquitz Creek Resort Palm Springs California Hole 3 Approach
Tah;quitz Creek Resort Palm Springs California. Hole 7 Par 3
Tah;quitz Creek Resort Palm Springs California. Hole 7 Par 3
Tahquitz Creek Resort Palm Springs California. Hole 8 Par 4
Tahquitz Creek Resort Palm Springs California. Hole 8 Par 4

Tahquitz Creek GC (Legends)

Palm Springs, CA
Reviewed by:  JSpin, Palm Springs, Ca

I was lured by the $33 weekday with food and beverage deal.  While, we much prefer it’s sister Resort course, Legend, has always been quite the old school challenge with tree-lined fairways, fast greens and lots par 4’s so long that you have to keep checking the card to see if there are par 5’s.

It seems course conditions here have deteriorated since our last visit though. Greens were good, quick and tough to read. Recent flooding created lots of Ground Under Repair (GUR,) running streams bifurcate many of the fairways and you have to ford almost knee deep water several times to get around the course. The bunkers are in terrible shape, just no sand under the ball.

Other than that, the cart girl is friendly.  Customer service at the pro desk, starters and cart barn was snarky and surly today. Seems like this is the general personality of this course recently. Still, it’s one of the few reasonable choices in the Palm Springs area until the weather heats up and the prices start to drop.