Starting October 18, the property will host “Shots in the Night” for families, small groups, corporate outings or guests. The after-dark experience, held on Thursdays through Saturdays from sundown until 10 p.m., will feature Glow Golf, NextLinks Putting Green Games, food trucks, and more. Indian Wells (Calif.) Golf Resort will unveil a new after-dark golf […]
Updates to the 5,600-sq. ft. event space include a new 800-sq. ft. Pavilion Suite, a 25,000-sq. ft. Event Lawn, expanded patio, vestibule, 22 date palm trees wrapped in LED lights, and pull-down screens to cut back on glare. Indian Wells (Calif.) Golf Resort recently completed a renovation and expansion project on its 5,600-sq. ft. Event […]
The golf school has partnered with the resort to improve students’ swings, with classes slated to begin November 3 and continuing through May 16. Through the program, a typical day includes three hours on the practice range, lunch in the clubhouse, another hour on the practice range, and six holes of on-course instruction. Indian Wells […]
A “tornado-like” system ripped through the property’s two 18-hole golf courses in July, bringing down large trees, damaging bunkers, and uprooting irrigation pipes. Both golf courses are now open, though storm cleanup is ongoing and the cost is still being tallied, with the bunkers alone estimated at $1.5 million.
The publicly funded tent facility will offer a finished floor, large windows and climate-controlled environment, measuring 5,700 sq. ft. The city collected $6.3 million in the 2012-13 fiscal year from taxes levied against stays in hotels and vacation rentals, making the project an addition to the city’s robust tourism arsenal.
The Indian Wells City Council tasked Troon, which has managed the course for three years, with creating a five-year strategic plan to put the resort back in the black. The council voted to approve the plan, which includes a $2.25 million loan from the city, with $1.5 million allocated for a new banquet structure, $500,000 for the IW Club, $125,000 for the café and $125,000 toward a marketing re-launch campaign.