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Furnace Creek Golf Course
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Owner description: Part of the Furnace Creek Resort, this 18-hole course is 214 feet below sea level.
Reviewed July 15, 2012

i do not think i have ever got out of a car and felt such heat outside,this is one place you must visit,an oasis great golf and very much appreciated cold beer.

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Reviewed July 11, 2012

True story; began my round at 12:30 p.m. and yes, I was only one on the course. Played there on June 30th. $30 green fees and you can play for as long as you like. Of course you have to take a motorized cart and there is no water on the course, so make sure you bring lots of your own. First nine holes are the best and the open layout is quite varied on these holes, which is pretty remarkable considering the location. Lots of mature trees lining the fairways and water comes into play on several holes. The back nine is unspectacular. Most of the fairways and greens are in very good condition especially considering the environment. All in all, a blast and the surrounding scenery is pretty amazing. Good clubhouse, too.

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Reviewed July 4, 2011

Only played 9 holes just say Ive played at the worlds lowest golf course. Didnt have any equipment so for 9 holes, clubs, balls and cart it came to about $40. For the location of the course its well kept and plays well. As its wide open and flat its a good challenge for all levels of golfer. Maybe because the course wasnt busy and it was early but there was no sign of a drinks cart which in the Death Valley heat could have been useful.

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Reviewed November 15, 2005

I played this course in late October. Everything was excellent with only the 11th green needing some work on it. You can play nine or eighteen holes. The green fee for 18 was $55 without a cart. It is as expected a flat course with what I would call medium difficulty. Even though its 200+ feet below sea level, I didn't notice any effect on my distance from the tee. It a must play for the avid golfer. A good one for the "been there done that!!" file.

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Reviewed November 10, 2017
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