San Diego Golf Courses: 6 Greens You Won’t Want To Miss

San Diego Golf Courses

San Diego Golf Courses: 6 Greens You Won’t Want To Miss


Looking to spend a day on the golf course during your next visit to San Diego?


San Diego County offers almost 90 golf courses to explore. Tee up in diverse terrains, such as the beach, mountain, and desert.


Want a taste of what you’ll find? Check out these 6 fantastic San Diego golf courses — all near the beautiful area of Point Loma.


1. The Loma Club


Point Loma is known for being a beautiful, historic place to visit. Thus, you would expect no less from a golf course called The Loma Club. This stately club has been in existence for over 100 years!


The greens and fairways are far from old-fashioned, however. They have been updated over the years to offer a state of the art experience to visitors.


After the game, kick back in the outdoor bar to enjoy some delicious eats and drinks in the fresh sea air.


2. Riverwalk Golf Club


Do 18 holes of golf feel incomplete? Why not check out the Riverwalk Golf Club where you can enjoy 27 holes of golf! The layouts are set up in 3 sections of 9 holes each so you can mix and match in order to change up your experience each time you play.


The green was designed in a very natural setting by the renowned Ted Robinson, Sr. and Jr. design team. Enjoy palm, eucalyptus, and oak trees as well as numerous wetlands as you travel through the course.


3. Presidio Hills


Presidio Hills is an 18-hole golf course that has been around since 1932. It is built in an area of San Diego that, at one time, used to be the downtown area. The historic Casa de Carrillo that was built around 1810 has been restored and serves as the course’s pro shop.


Tip: While the course is well-maintained, there are upcoming plans to renovate in order to spruce up the nearly ninety-year-old course. Keep an eye on their website for updates!


4. Tecolote Canyon


Tecolote Canyon is a great golf course with easy access to downtown and popular attractions like SeaWorld and Mission Beach.


Their claim to fame is being the only golf course in San Diego designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. and Sam Snead.


Caution: This course is not great for beginners! It’s a fun yet challenging course with hazards located at nearly every hole. In fact, The Southland Golf magazine rated it “Best Challenge at an Executive Golf Course.”


5. Sheraton Four Points


Coming to San Diego and want easy access to a golf course right from your hotel? Consider a stay at the Sheraton and enjoy their 9-hole golf course right on site.


The beautiful greens are speckled with trees for a bit of shade. When you work up an appetite you can take a break and enjoy a meal at Citrus, the restaurant that is also on-site.


6. Torrey Pines Golf Course


A list of San Diego golf courses wouldn’t be complete without mentioning the Torrey Pines Golf Course.


It sits on the coastal cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Golfers marvel at the breathtaking views of the coastline, deep ravines, and classic championship golf holes.


This 36-hole course is best known for hosting the 2008 U.S. Open, won by Tiger Woods in sudden-death after an 18-hole playoff versus Rocco Mediate.


San Diego Golf Courses


With over 90 golf courses in the area, this list is just the tip of the iceberg!


Whether you’re a local, just visiting, or considering making the move to San Diego, the golfing scene is sure to impress.

To learn more about what there is to do in and around Point Loma, browse through our blog.