Death Valley Golf Courses

Death Valley Golf

Golf enthusiasts from across the globe should be dying to book a tee time in the Death Valley area to experience its unique golf courses. Home to a truly one-of-a-kind landscape, the Death Valley region of California features tracks sprawled across elevated sand dunes and other courses that play as far as 214 feet below sea level. No matter which course tee time seekers select in Death Valley, they’re certain to enjoy magnificent mountain views, an immense variety of plants and hopefully a few birdies, too. And after the round is over, golfers can continue the fun by exploring Death Valley's ghost towns and mines.

Golf Courses Near Death Valley, CA

Furnace Creek Golf Course

Highway 190,
Death Valley, CA 92328 United States

Furnace Creek Golf Course, an 18-hole, par 70 golf course, is located in Death Valley, California. The golf course is the world's lowest elevation golf course, at 214 feet below sea level. Described as an “oasis course,” Furnace Creek Golf Course provides great California desert, resort golf; it's the perfect unique golf vacation, especially ideal for a winter getaway. Renovated in 1997 by world-renowned golf course architect Perry Dye, Furnace Creek Golf Course was recognized by Golf Digest in their list of "America's 50 Toughest Courses." The elevation of the golf course, slightly greater gravity and barometric pressure forces can cause a distinct difference in how the golf ball responds in relation to other courses at or above sea level. Check out Furnace Creek for your next round of golf; it will not disappoint!