San Diego is California’s second largest city, and it offers endless opportunities for exploration and activities, with unique and diverse landscapes and scenery to discover each time you visit, not to mention a superb climate. When it comes to beaches, La Jolla is the premier attraction, a dramatic coastline boasting spectacular views that make this the "jewel" of San Diego and one of the most popular beach destinations in California. Located only 14 miles north of the downtown, La Jolla's surf and sand and quaint village lifestyle have a decidedly Mediterranean feel.
San Diego is a year-round paradise for golfers, with more than 90 courses to choose from; the city also serves as home base for a number of internationally renowned golf equipment manufacturers. La Jolla is where you will find the region’s most famous club, Torrey Pines, which offers two outstanding championship courses and hosted the 2008 US Open and will do so again in 2021, and is the annual venue for the Farmers Insurance Open on the PGA Tour. Another must-play course in the area is Coronado Golf Course, one of the best public facilities in the entire United States. Arnold Palmer designed another of San Diego's outstanding courses at the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort; inspired by the stunning terrain, he created a series of unforgettable holes.
Other recommended courses are: Barona Creek Golf Club, La Costa Resort and Spa, Maderas Golf Club, Pauma Valley Country Club, Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club andThe Bridges at Rancho Santa Fe.
Thanks to its perfect climate and outstanding world-class courses, San Diego is the perfect place for your next golfing getaway.