Legendary San Diego Golf Courses

List of Golf Course - San Diego County


Riverwalk Presidio/Mission

Water comes into play on 13 of the 27 holes with a spectacular waterfall surrounding the green of the signature hole. The San Diego River is a prominent feature of the layout, contributing to the beauty and challenge of the course.

Sail Ho Golf Course
An important part of San Diego's golf history, SailHo was originally named the Loma Club, and was built by A. G. Spalding Sports. SailHo is one of the oldest courses in the country, having been around since the 1920s.

Steele Canyon Golf Club – Canyon/Ranch
Steele Canyon is the recepient of the Golf Digest 4 1/2 Star Award and is one of Golf Digest`s Places to Play. Each of the three nines offers a distinct environment and type of play for all levels of golfers.

Sycuan Resort/Oak Glen/Willow Glen
The courses are always lush and perfectly maintained, and the beautiful setting makes for an easy escape away from the real world.
Sycuan Resort and Casino boasts some of the best golf in Southern California. With two championship 18 hole courses, and a fun 18 hole par 3 course, Sycuan offers something for every golfer from beginner to expert.

Willow Glen is a challenging par 72 course with tight, narrow fairways and strategically placed bunkers.

Temeku Hills Golf & Country Club
Temeku Hills is a golfer paradise sitting in the middle of beautiful Temecula Wine Country.

The Vineyard at Escondido
The Vineyard offers lush rolling fairways that meander peacefully along wildlife preserves and vineyards set against a stunning mountain backdrop. Water is in spectacular abundance, with five lakes lending an ever-present element of danger.

La Costa Resort – North Course
When you walk the fairways at La Costa Resort and Spa you are walking the same fairways that the legends of the game have walked for over 30 years.

La Costa Resort – South Course
La Costa is currently the host of the World Golf Championships – Accenture Match Play Championship. The two PGA Championship 18 hole golf courses are both beautiful and traditional in design.

Maderas Golf Club
The designers and builders have created three lakes, five waterfalls, and over forty acres of native wildflowers seen throughout the golf course. The natural foliage provides Maderas with twelve months of natural color.

Mt. Woodson Golf Club
Don’t let our 6000 yard par 70 golf course fool you. World renowned golf course designers Brain Curley and Lee Schmidt have created a stunning work of art for your entertainment and enjoyment.

Oaks North Golf Course
With the variety of three distinct nines, Oaks North Golf Course offers the finest executive golf in California.

Pala Mesa Resort
The Pala Mesa Resort Golf Course is one of Southern California’s most challenging golf courses.

Rancho Bernardo Inn/JC Resort
Rancho Bernardo Inn’s Resort Course is a traditional-style layout that has stood the test of time. The original William Francis Bell design opened in 1962; since then the course has undergone two redesigns and renovations.

Redhawk Golf Course
Redhawk golf club has been voted the 7th best golf course in California for public facilities. An 18 hole championship course Redhawk provides a true test of shotmaking skills and guts.

Arrowood Golf Course
Arrowood Golf Course offers a distinctive experience in the hills overlooking coastal north San Diego County.

Aviara Golf Club
Honored in 2008 as Condé Nast Traveler’s number one golf resort in Southern California, Four Seasons Resort Aviara Golf Club offers superb golf facilities. The 18-hole, par 72 course was designed by Arnold Palmer and boasts 7,007 yards.

Barona Creek Golf Club
Over 100 bunkers and strategically placed natural obstacles, including an oak that splits the first fairway, contribute to a challenging championship course.

Carlton Oaks Golf Course
Carlton Oaks is noted for its 18 hole championship Dye-Designed golf course, however, two practice chipping and putting greens, driving range, and full service pro shop are available to make your visit more pleasant.

Castle Creek Country Club
Castle Creek Golf Course challenges the golfer with oak-lined fairways, white sand bunkers, undulating greens and intermittent play over Moosa Creek, adding character and challenge to every hole. The course is ideal for golfers of all skill levels.

Eagle Crest Golf Course
In addition to the wildlife preserve that winds through secluded San Pasqual Valley, the course incorporates wildflowers, waterfalls and 8 lakes into a challenging, striking design, quickly branding Eagle Crest as San Diego`s best-kept secret.

Eastlake Country Club
This course is wide open, and each cart has a Range Master, which can compute the distance to the green from anywhere on the hole. Six different ponds come into play on six different holes.

Encinitas Ranch Golf Course
Encinitas Ranch is carved from former poinsettia flower fields on magnificent bluffs overlooking the Pacific.

Lake San Marcos Resort (So. Course)
The course is open to the public from 7 am until sunset daily and can be reserved online.

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San  Diego is a golf mecca...with over 75 course throughout the county.   Whatever your talent level or handicap, San Diego has a course that will  fit your game and deliver a good day of challenge and some great  memories.