- Posted By: Palm Springs Insider September 12, 2017
Frank Sinatra bought his very first home at 1148 East Alejo Road (between Caballeros and Sunrise in Palm Springs), and it was his primary residence from 1948 to 1957. Sinatra had been quoted as saying that in his life he always felt the need “to get away from it all, but not too far away,” and the desert estate he built in 1947 seemed to fit the bill. He chose the Palm Springs Movie Colony neighborhood, where names like Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Al Jolson, Jack Benny, and Cary Grant all had houses at one point or another – but which at the time still felt spacious and fairly unpopulated.
Tahquitz Creek Golf Resort
October 13th thru November 11th, 2017
Resort Course (Ted Robinson design)
Sun - Mon $85 includes Callaway Rental Clubs, a Sleeve of Golf Balls, Breakfast (6am to 10am), Lunch (11am to 3pm) and 2 Drinks*
After 1pm (12pm after 11/5/17)- Twilight $59 includes Callaway Rental Clubs, a Sleeve of Golf Balls, and 2 Drinks*
After 2pm - (1pm after 11/5/17) Super Twilight $46 includes Callaway Rental Clubs, a Sleeve of Golf Balls, and 2 Drinks*
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