Golf balls don’t go as far as you think in Death Valley, making for an interesting mental challenge 

DEATH VALLEY, California (Nov. 17, 2020) – If a coyote runs out and steals a golf ball, golfers get a free drop. That’s one of the “house rules” at the unique Furnace Creek Golf Course at Death Valley, the lowest elevation USGA golf course (-214 below sea level) in the world.

It’s also considered one of the country’s most “collectable” golf courses. Now, golfers can play unlimited golf on this famous course with the Unlimited Stay & Play Golf Package.

Along with the golf course, The Oasis at Death Valley, comprised of the historic, AAA Four Diamond Inn at Death Valley and the family-oriented Ranch at Death Valley, is one of the country’s best kept secrets.

A true oasis, just two hours from Las Vegas and four hours from Los Angeles, the temperatures in the winter range from 65 to 92 degrees (average temperature in February is 72 degrees and the natural spring-fed pools are an inviting 84.5 degrees all year round).

Tee up oasisatdeathvalley.com and use the promo code UNLIMITED for reservations. The Stay & Play package includes (with some restrictions):

  • Overnight accommodations at either The Inn at Death Valley or The Ranch at Death Valley
  • Pay for the first round of golf and then enjoy unlimited golf for the duration of your stay ($147 total for two, or $73.50 per person)
  • Cart rental
  • Club storage
  • Use of sports courts and spring-fed swimming pools

  • The Course
  • Furnace Creek Golf Course at Death Valley is an 18-hole course located in a true American oasis within the three million acres that is Death Valley National Park. It’s best to be humble and not fooled by the wide-open fairways and the length of the course, which plays to a par of 70 and is only 6,215 yards from the back tees. From there, the course has a USGA rating of 74.7 with a slope of 128. Begun in 1927, the legendary course recently underwent a massive renovation primarily focused on water conservation and the transition of 15 acres of maintained turf to desert with low-water-use native plantings which was overseen by Fred Dickman, Director of Golf Course Maintenance and Hotel Grounds for the legendary Broadmoor Resort in Colorado Springs.Important Note: Found on all maps, The Devil’s Golf Course in Death Valley, located a few miles from Furnace Creek is not an actual golf course, but an expansive salt field created by evaporated bodies of water.

The Oasis at Death Valley
Just off of a $100-million renaissance, The Oasis at Death Valley offers guests a naturally social-distanced environment where it’s sunny, has almost no rain, no bugs, you can see the Milky Way with the naked eye, relax at one of the spring-fed pools and enjoy outdoor activities such as tennis, hiking, cycling, horseback riding, jeep tours, and more. Enjoy the Inn at Death Valley with 66 completely renovated rooms and 22 new private casitas (outfitted with a personal golf cart) or the family-friendly Ranch at Death Valley, where all guest rooms open directly to the outdoors and the spacious lawns and abundant open green space create an ideal environment to create your own adventure.

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