San Diego Golf Primer
Some of SD’s best courses at a glance,
to help you plan the perfect golf getaway
STAY WHERE YOU PLAY
Rancho Bernardo Inn landed
in the top 10 California golf
resorts in a 2012 Condé Nast
Traveler poll. The first tee is
a few quick steps from the
lobby, so you can go from
check-in to teeing off in a jiffy.
San Diego’s most famous golf course is also adjacent to The Lodge
at Torrey Pines, a California Craftsman-style resort with post-and-beam construction. Or, spend the night next door at the Hilton
La Jolla Torrey Pines.
The Grand Del Mar is
a full-service luxury
resort set amid the
Los Peñasquitos Canyon
Preserve with an award-winning course designed
by Tom Fazio.
Looking to play
at the Riverwalk
Golf Club? Stay at
Town and Country
Resort Hotel for
at the 27-hole
IT’S TIME TO START YOUR OWN TRADITION.
Year after year, families return to this landmark resort for one reason: there is simply
nothing like it. From the intimate year-round beach setting and warm hospitality, to
ocean-view guest rooms and suites, to elegant seaside dining at The Marine Room,
this is a tradition that never ages. Start yours with just a phone call.