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Devil's Golf Course

Badwater Rd., 13 mi south of Furnace Creek. Turn right onto dirt road and drive 1 mi, Death Valley National Park, CA
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A seemingly infinite number of crusted salt formations jut from the "course."
  • Excellent49%
  • Very good33%
  • Average16%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“play golf” (14 reviews)
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Badwater Rd., 13 mi south of Furnace Creek. Turn right onto dirt road and drive 1 mi, Death Valley National Park, CA
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Really a cool place to visit. You leave the main road to go a bit on a dirt road that is very bumpy. We feared a flat tire because of the road's condition, but made it through alright.

Thank Arwems
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

All of Death Valley is fascinating, but the salt formations here are so different and interesting. The road is pretty bumpy and dusty, but it's worth it to get out and see the strangely beautiful landscape.

Thank RYC88
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Played golf on a unique course being below sea level. Started early but was 114 by the time we got off. The greens were a little too long and seemed to not be well groomed.

Thank Peter_Big_Pete_K
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Dont miss this during your visit to Death valley; you wont get to see similar lake bed surface made of salt and clay anywhere else. be careful when you walk among the salt structures - they're really sharp!

Thank rajkwins
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Drive a short rocky road out into the salt formations of Badwater Basin. Once you get out here, it will feel as though you are on another planet. Though it seems to be less popular that the trail at Badwater, I actually think this spot...More

Thank JDBonthemove
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Another stop at the Death Valley National Park. A gravel short road take you here. It's really weird, all these large golf ball shaped salt, but much, much larger than a golf ball, everywhere around you.

Thank malnit56
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a must do when you are nearby and exploring the Death Valley. It is amazing to see it, but you cannot walk there really.

Thank Natalie B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Devil's Golf Course is a fascinating section of the salt flats of Death Valley National Park. The location can be accessed off the main park road via a short dirt/rocky road. Use caution on dirt roads in the park, as we had a tire...More

Thank Philip S
Reviewed 17 August 2017

When we drove out the dirt road to take a look at Devil's Golf Course, the first thought that came to my mind was that this is NOT a good place to lose a golf ball. The intriguing landscape is definitely named appropriately. There is...More

Thank mini
Reviewed 10 August 2017

This was a great stop on our tour of Death Valley. It is an interesting view of crystallized salt and the impact. It is a quick stop, but it is worth the time. The overall park is fantastic to visit!

Thank Kenang34
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