La Jolla California Golf Courses

La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club
La Jolla Country Club
Torrey Pines Municipal Golf Course - North Course
Torrey Pines Municipal Golf Course - South Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
Torrey Pines Municipal Golf Course - North Course -- Five stars is not enough for this one...
Review by: C. Moore I have played the North Course a couple of times, and I never get tired of it. What else can you say about Torrey Pines other than it is a true treasure of American golf. If you want to know about the layout of the course, consult your latest version of Tiger Woods PGA Tour Golf on your computer. Nuff said. As a San Diego newbie, I will give you tourists a word of advice. Make your tee times directly if possible. Torrey Pines is a tough place to get a tee time, but not impossible. Save your money and do it yourself, and you can save serious cash. On the other hand, if you have disposable cash and can pay a Reservation Company to handle it for you, so be it. As a SD resident, this course costs me about $20, but I would pay $100. One last thing: As great as the course is, there is something of a myth about how crowded it can be. I have met more San Diego golfers (and we're talking serious golfers who have lived in San Diego for a while) who have NEVER played either TP course. So, don't be discouraged and get a tee time.
From San Diego, CA

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
Spring Hills Golf Course -- This course is a hidden gem
Review by: Dave Spring Hills golf course is well worth the money. The course is generally in good condition and the atmosphere is great. The staff are extremely helpful ans one can feel at home here immmediately. The first four holes are difficult, particularly number 2 if played from the back tee. After that the holes are easier with the exception of number 8 where the approach is tough and the green slopes viciously from back to front. It is a lot of fun to play and well worth the price. The pace of play is generally better than the pace at other area courses, and on weekends if you tee off before 8, a round takes less than 4 hours. It is not fancy, but it is fun. Note the course condition is much better than it was a few years ago, so if you hear otherwise, ask the person when they played thecourse.
From Santa Cruz, Ca




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