San Diego’s sunny climate is perfect for every golf enthusiast to go pursue the one sport they love the most. With close to 100 gold courses in the area, it may be hard for a first-time San Diego visitor to decide which course to play in.

Golf Website Golf Advisor knows about this dilemma and so it came up with a comprehensive guide aiming to inform avid golfers touring the San Diego area, on where best to play golf. Most Recommended Spots to Propose Marriage in San Diego

Where to Play Golf in San Diego

Torrey Pines Golf is one of the most famous golfing destinations in San Diego. (Photo Credits)

“It is best known for the pair of great municipal courses at Torrey Pines, located in La Jolla just north of the city perched on the bluffs of Torrey Pines State Park. Host of the PGA Tour’s Farmers Insurance Open, the South Course at Torrey Pines was also the site of Tiger Woods’ epic 2008 U.S. Open playoff victory over Rocco Mediate. But it’s hardly the only offering. Many say that Maderas doesn’t take a back seat to any course when it comes to spectacular views, and Barona Creek, which sits on an Indian reservation, is one of the best casino courses in the United States. There are also several resorts on the ocean, including the famous La Costa Resort & Spa in Carlsbad, where many of the major golf equipment manufacturers are also headquartered.”

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Weekend Golf

The website Golf.com meanwhile designed a weekend itinerary for golfing enthusiasts visiting the San Diego area. In the write-up that they posted, they also emphasized that San Diego is not just a haven for golf enthusiasts because of the many golf courses they get to choose from. Golf.com mentioned that gears and accessories are aplenty as most golf-gear manufacturers hold their main offices in San Diego. Learn More About San Diego

“Widely known as the epicenter of the universe when it comes to golf equipment companies, San Diego earns serious props from tourists and golf purists alike for its enticingly temperate climate, its plethora of public-access PGA Tour tracks and its dazzling array of off-course attractions.”

Check out the golfing weekend itinerary here.

Torrey Pines Golf Club in San Diego

The publication Fine Homes and Living meantime rounded up their five most recommended golf courses in the San Diego area. They say, San Diego is not considered an A-1 golfing destination worldwide for nothing. Must-Try Craft Beers in San Diego

Torrey Pines Golf Club took the top spot in their five most recommended golf courses in the San Diego area.

“Stepped along La Jolla’s coastal bluffs overlooking the Pacific, the Torrey Pines Golf Club – easily recognized as the premier course in the region and host to the PGA Tour for the past four decades – is widely known for both its South and North championship 18-hole courses. Playing host to the Farmer’s Insurance Open in the winter, along with the San Diego City Amateur Golf Championships and the Junior World Golf Championships in early summer, Torrey Pines is the only municipal golf course ever selected by the USGA for a U.S. Open Golf Tournament. Often referenced as “Pebble Beach South,” both courses are long and challenging – but do offer unrivaled panoramas of the coast and ocean expanse.”

Check out the rest of the recommended golf courses here.

San Diego is indeed a premiere golfing destination that will never fail to wow golfing enthusiasts.

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