Surrounded by the vast and arid desert of Death Valley National Park, California, just 120 miles northwest of Las Vegas, The Oasis at Death Valley is a sprawling retreat with something for everyone. Formerly known as Furnace Creek, this gorgeous property hosts two hotels — the historic, four-diamond, 66-room Inn at Death Valley (formerly The Inn at Furnace Creek) and the more family oriented 224-room Ranch at Death Valley (formerly The Ranch at Furnace Creek).
Furnace Creek Golf Course is an 18 hole par 70 measuring in at 6236 yards from the back tees. While this might seem short at first glance, the course plays significantly longer as it is the lowest elevation golf course on the planet at 214 feet below sea level. With water coming into play on nine of the holes, Furnace Creek Golf Club is listed as one of Golf Digest's "America's 50 Toughest Courses."
With Tamarisk and Palm tree-lined fairways, the expansive mountain range is visible from all areas of the course. With four sets of tees encouraging an enjoyable challenge for players of all ability levels, Furnace Creek Golf Course truly does have something for everyone.
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