Cimarron Golf Resort
About Cimarron Golf ResortGuests of the Cimarron Golf Resort will be comfortable at the Staybridge Suites Cathedral City, an extended-stay hotel that is the perfect alternative to corporate apartments or restrictive vacation rentals. All 197 units include a full-sized fridge, microwave, stovetop and dishwasher. A Raintree Vacation Club with two bedroom condos and the Worldmark Cathedral City hotel are also available onsite. The golf courses, the 6,700-yard Boulder course and the 3,000-yard executive Pebble course, are set to a backdrop of the San Jacinto Mountains.
Golf courses at Cimarron Golf Resort
Images from Cimarron Golf Resort
Photo submitted by u314159578404 on 07/29/2020
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Photo submitted by blatzke on 11/19/2019
Photo submitted by Desertgolfing3594 on 09/09/2019
Photo submitted by GREGCGOLFER on 09/10/2018
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Photo submitted by dstirsman on 12/07/2017
Beautiful mountain vistas Photo submitted by dstirsman on 12/07/2017
17th hole at Cimarron Photo submitted by jcsmadforit on 11/01/2017
Mostly par 3s Photo submitted by Cops1998 on 02/04/2017
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19th hole view Photo submitted by RickRavanello39 on 04/17/2015
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Club house Photo submitted by miznovember on 09/26/2014
Near the 18th Photo submitted by miznovember on 09/26/2014
About 100 deg and clear in Sept Photo submitted by miznovember on 09/26/2014
1st Tee, who could ask for more? Photo submitted by dhartigan on 03/04/2013
1st T off from Pebble Course Photo submitted by Greg3861306 on 02/18/2013
Cimarron Golf Resort, Cathedral City, CA Photo submitted by uhahn on 01/01/2013
Carts and staff
In short, cart quit toward the end of the round. Completely dead by 18. Couple we played with pushed us close to cart return where they could see us. We were ignored by staff until we were leaving dead cart with our clubs. When staff came by to help, I complained about the situation. They said it happens all the time and if I didn't like it, I should spend more and go to a good course. I thought this was supposed to be a good course. I was wrong.
Cimarron, great job!
I only picked this place because I’m not into paying a ton of $ to play. Call me frugal or cheap.
Played with my wife, who stinks at golf but she can drive, chip, putt enough to enjoy it. I read that this course would be more forgiving too - so it sounded perfect.
The day before we just walked onto (snuck really) a pricey well known golf legend course to putt, chip, and hit range balls. You know, for free. Because again, I’m cheap. Plus golf practice should always be free. Just serve drinks to compensate.
Guess what? Same beautiful greens, grass, sand, etc as Cimarron. So why bother playing there? For $169??????
Let’s say you’re like me. Cheap. Smart. Love golf. Live in LA where you play the same course over and over for $40-$50 bucks, with ok conditions in general on greens, fairways,........ typical municipal courses. For a tiny bit more........ absolutely beautiful Cimarron Boulder Course is spectacular. You get the same views as the $169 course too. Beautiful mountains surround you.
They also have a par 3 course. AND BOY DO THEY UNDER SELL THIS ASPECT at Cimarron. Hello all you fake studs of the tremendous over swing and constant lost balls crowd who probably hear “ par 3 course” and get all puffy chested in rejecting the idea of ever playing that “ladies and old dudes” course. The Pebble course is extremely tough, really challenging, and will kick your booty. I got so mad at some of those holes ( not knowing what I was hitting to on my first experience there) I will be going back soon to do that again. Extremely challenging course with tough tough tough breaking undulating greens.
I shot an 81 on Boulder. I only had 5 pars and one birdie on Pebble. Triple bogey on a hole that was “8” rated on the card. Uhhhhh, it should be #1.
In summary, Cimarron, really great. Go!
This is the best executive course in the valley. My favorite.
Very nice course, extremely well kept. Excellent greens. I had the thrill of playing in crazy wind. Not fun but stuck it out. I don’t think that wind had anything to do with our slow round though.
Public courses, nice resort courses............ nobody ever gives every group a reminder about “ just because you paid don’t mean you can take all day” advice. Guys who can’t hit a ball at all......... the 50 yard drive crowd...........oy vey.
Overall, very nice golf course for sure.
Great $ for afternoon TT
But slow play
Needs separation on TT
Played front twice to get 18 holes completed
Great course. Very good value for people that love golf but don’t get out to play all the time. Beautiful day. Great people!
Great condition, fair test of golf.
Very straightforward design, but well placed bunkering and elevated greens ensure it's not easy. Restaurant is very good with very appealing happy hour pricing on weekdays. Really nice losening up round, or rediscovering your swing round. Worth the effort.
Pretty slow pace of play. The couple ahead of us decided to play from the blue tees. Did not match the skill level. Course is in good shape!
Cimarron Pebble Course Par 3
Nice course with challenging greens. Great backdrop for viewing between shots.
Great for short game practice
Course is great for working on short game. A few rough spots and greens inconsistent for weight but otherwise enjoyable to play
It is nice Course, BUT...
They have a serious shortage of carts. It seems they don’t have enough chargers even if they got more carts. They need to fix this problem. Not fun Carrying your bag 200 yards to reach the driving range without a cart. Could only get a cart about 15 minutes before the round. Staff Seems very lazy and In caring. I had to do everything from cart myself up, to picking balls out of a bucket for the driving range. They just pointed towards the bucket And says and says get your balls. They definitely never heard of a resort style of treatment.
Good way to start.
I'm from MN so my clubs have been gathering dust for a few months so I glad to see a course with generous landing areas and few long forced carries to start my 2020 golf year. Course was very busy but we teed off on time. Pace of play was 4:20. Conditions were excellent tee-to-green. Greens are large, in great shape and rolled at a good pace (not fast but not slow). Would definitely play again.
Enjoyed playing this course today. Some tough holes playing from blue tees (some over 200 yards). Would be great for some new young players as it’s the short game that matters.