Cathedral Canyon Country Club is a Resort, 18 hole golf course facility located in Cathedral City, California.
Once a 27 hole facility consisting of The Arroyo Nine, The Lake View Nine, and The Mountain View Nine, all designed by David Rainville, The course is now an 18-hole golf course. Cathedral Canyon Country Club first opened for golf in 1975. Billy Casper assissted Dave in the design.
The course today consists of the The Lake and Mountain View Nines.
Tree-lined fairways and strategically placed bunkers and lakes are set against the backdrop of the majestic San Jacinto Mountains. In total, 18 holes and over 6,500 yards of championship golf provide challenging play for golf lovers.
$16 (cart included), played on Monday, June 2015 at 6:00 AM
A bit of an old country club community course, lined with houses. The layout seems to have changed in some areas due to washout of some holes in the past due to a flash flood channel. Many holes are laced with lakes and that often require safety shots off the tees. In fact, I counted about 10 lakes and 9 of them were located left of the fairway. So, if you fight a hook, this course could be quite intimidating. Greens were pretty good but not mowed low enough and ran real slow. Also, they need to cut the rough more often as any ball that left the fairway dropped down into the deep Bermuda rough and made finding the ball real challenging. Great price of $20-$28 per round on a Monday that includes cart with nice staff. But, with all the other great values in the summer in the Palm Springs area, I don't think I would play this tract again.
$31 (cart included), played on Tuesday, December 2013 at 8am
Course is in great condition and is very challenging!!
$26 (cart included), played on Monday, May 2012 at 10am
Great practice area. Sand, putting green, (2) chipping areas, driving range.
$31 (cart included), played on Monday, November 2011 at 10am
This is now an 18 hole course and it is awkward to play. Several holes play in an arroyo with the green at a right angle above the arroyo. The greens were extremely slow, maybe 8 on the Stimp meter. The courese wanders around a large housing development with several lengthy drives from a green to the next tee box. It was OK for the price but I wouldn't choose to play it again. The practice facility was good though; a nice driving range, two chipping areas and a large putting green.
Guest (cart included), played on Monday, July 2011 at 6am
Run down, appeared to have many issues. Far below standard for the area.
Member (cart included), played on Sunday, June 2011 at 10am
Gorgeous views from almost every hole.
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