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Borrego Springs Resort & Spa Country Club. The 27 holes of golf at this resort and country club are open to the public. Three 9-hole courses, with natural desert landscaping and mature date palms, can be played individually or in any combination. Greens fees are $40 to $65, depending on the course and the day of the week, and include a cart and range balls. 1112 Tilting T Dr., Borrego Springs, CA, 92004. 760/767–5700. www.borregospringsresort.com. Black Course: 9 holes, 3 courses. 3,237 yds. Slope 123. Greens Fee: $40-65. Facilities: Driving range, putting green, club rentals, lessons, restaurant, bar.
Roadrunner Club. Adjacent to the Springs at Borrego course with some shared facilities, this club has an 18-hole course par-3 golf course. The terrain is mostly flat. 1010 Palm Canyon Dr., Borrego Springs, CA, 92004. 760/767–5373. www.roadrunnerclub.com. 18 holes. 2,451 yds. Par 54. Greens Fee: $35. Facilities: Putting green, golf cart rentals, club rentals, pro shop, lessons.
The Springs at Borrego. Part of a luxurious RV park complex, The Springs at Borrego has a public golf course with 9 holes that can be configured to play as 18. 2255 DiGiorgio Rd., Borrego Springs, CA, 92004. 760/767–0004. www.springsatborrego.com. 9 holes. 3,000 yds. Par 36. Slope 111. Greens Fee: $45 for 18 holes. Facilities: Driving range, putting green, golf carts, rental clubs, lessons, pro shop.
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