Europe's only true championship desert golf course, the Indiana


Inspired by the famous desert courses of Arizona and California, the Par 72, 6,159M Indiana course is the first desert course in Europe and has been built to the full USGA specifications and quality standards of these desert courses, now famous for the quality of golf that they offer.

Its immaculate fairways are set amongst massive rocky outcrops, arroyos and dry rivers. The vivid contrast of the "desert springs" and the emerald green fairways with the arid landscape of cactus, rock and flowering desert, is stunning at all times of year. The whole golfing vision is framed within a panorama of landmark mountain ranges.

Over 600,000 cacti and other desert plants grow progressively more dense and troubling, the further your shot is off the fairway, culminating in the dreaded "spiked lies", so the course is both demanding and exhilarating. It offers a variety of shot making challenges to test the skill level of every player, from the beginner to professional.

The confirmation of the quality of the Indiana course is confirmed by its selection by numerous associations, both National and International to be host to their training camps as well as to Championship events.

Desert Springs Resort was host the Tour Championship of the PGA EuroPro Tour in 2015, 2016 & 2018 and 2019.

Host in 2017 and 2018 to the European Tour Qualifying School 2nd Stage Desert Springs Resort entered into an agreement with the DP World Tour to be host to the event through to and inclusive of 2025.


The Clubhouse

The colonial style Golf Clubhouse provides everything for the golfer and non-golfer. Breakfast, tapas and a "deck menu" are available in the Patio Andaluz courtyard by the Santa Rosa mirror pool and the 18th green. The El Torrente Restaurant offers lunch every day and fine dining most evenings.

The magnificent deck over Powder Creek Rapids gives guests a totally enchanting view, whilst dining al fresco and relaxing to the sound of water flowing over the cascade and into the lak