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Golf

San Diego's climate—generally sunny, without a lot of wind—is perfect for golf, and there are some 90 courses in the area, appealing to every level of expertise. Experienced golfers can play the same greens as PGA-tournament participants, and beginners or rusty players can book a week at a golf resort and benefit from expert instruction. You'd also be hard-pressed to find a locale that has more scenic courses—everything from sweeping views of the ocean to verdant hills inland.

During busy vacation seasons it can be difficult to get a good tee-off time. Call in advance to see if it's possible to make a reservation. You don't necessarily have to stay at a resort to play its course; check if the one you're interested in is open to nonguests. Most public courses in the area provide a list of fees for all San Diego courses.

Southern California Golf Association.

Search their website for detailed and valuable information on all clubs. Tel. 818/980-3630. www.scga.org.

Farmers Insurance Open.

This tournament brings the pros to the Torrey Pines Golf Course in late January or early February. Tel. 858/886-4653 Year-round; 858/535-4500 During tournament. www.farmersinsuranceopen.com.

Courses

Below are some of the best courses to play in the area. The adult public's green fees for an 18-hole game are included for each course, as well as the courses' championship (blue) yardage; carts (in some cases mandatory), instruction, and other costs are additional. Rates go down during twilight hours, and San Diego residents may be able to get a better deal. Prices change regularly, so check with courses for up-to-date green fees and deals.

Arrowood Golf Course.

Sited next to a nature preserve, this peaceful coastal links in Oceanside is one of the most scenic new layouts in the region (it opened in 2005). 5201 Village Dr., Oceanside, CA, 92057. Tel. 760/967-8400. www.arrowoodgolf.com. 18 holes. 6721 yds. Par 71. Green Fee: $85/$110. Facilities: Driving range, putting green, pitching area, golf carts, rental clubs, pro shop, golf academy/lessons, restaurant, bar.

Balboa Park Municipal Golf Course.

Because it's in the heart of Balboa Park, this links is convenient for downtown visitors. 2600 Golf Course Dr., Balboa Park, San Diego, CA, 92102. Tel. 619/235-1184. www.balboaparkgolf.com. 18 holes. 6267 yds. Par 72. Green Fee: $40/$50. Facilities: Driving range, putting green, pitching area, golf carts, pull carts, rental clubs, pro shop, golf academy/lessons, restaurant, bar.

Coronado Municipal Golf Course.

Views of San Diego Bay and the Coronado Bridge from the front 9 make this course popular—it's difficult to get on unless you reserve a tee time, 8 to 14 days in advance, for an additional $60. 2000 Visalia Row, Coronado, San Diego, CA, 92118. Tel. 619/435-3121. www.golfcoronado.com. 18 holes. 6590 yds. Par 72. Green Fee: $30/$35. Reservations essential. Facilities: Driving range, putting green, pitching area, golf carts, pull carts, rental clubs, pro shop, golf academy/lessons, restaurant, bar.

Cottonwood at Rancho San Diego Golf Club.

If it's your birthday, you can play for free at Cottonwood, which has two courses. The Lakes (which has 10 lakes) and Ivanhoe are both good walking courses, with nice practice putting greens. On weekend mornings tee times include mandatory cart rental. 3121 Willow Glen Rd., El Cajon, CA, 92019. Tel. 619/442-9891 or 800/455-1902. www.cottonwoodgolf.com. 36 holes. Ivanhoe: 6831 yds., Lakes: 6610 yds. Ivanhoe: Par 72, Lakes: Par 71. Green Fee: $35/$59. Reservations essential. Facilities: Driving range, putting green, pitching area, golf carts, pull carts, rental clubs, pro shop, golf academy/lessons, restaurant, bar.

Eastlake Country Club.

A fun course for golfers of almost all levels of expertise, Eastlake isn't overly difficult, despite the water hazards. 2375 Clubhouse Dr., Chula Vista, San Diego, CA, 91915. Tel. 619/482-5757. www.eastlakecountryclub.com. 18 holes. 6606 yds. Par 72. Green Fee: $69/$89. Reservations essential. Facilities: Driving range, putting green, pitching area, golf carts, rental clubs, pro shop, golf academy/lessons, restaurant, bar.

Encinitas Ranch.

Tucked away in the former flower fields of coastal North County, Encinitas is a hilly course that provides beautiful views of the Pacific as you play its championship holes. 1275 Quail Gardens Dr., Encinitas, CA, 92024. Tel. 760/944-1936. www.jcgolf.com. 18 holes. 6587 yds. Par 72. Green Fee: $67/$89. Reservations essential. Facilities: Driving range, putting green, golf carts, pull carts, rental clubs, pro shop, golf academy/lessons, restaurant, bar.

Mission Bay Golf Course.

A not-very-challenging executive course with par 3 and 4 holes, Mission Bay is lighted for night play (the final tee time is at 7:45 pm for 9 holes). 2702 N. Mission Bay Dr., Mission Bay, San Diego, CA, 92109. Tel. 858/581-7880. www.sandiego.gov. 18 holes. 2719 yds. Par 58. Green Fee: $29/$36 for 18 holes. Facilities: Driving range, putting green, pitching area, golf carts, pull carts, rental clubs, lessons.

Mount Woodson Golf Club.

This heavily wooded course in a hilly area off of Highway 67 has wooden bridges and good views. 16422 N. Woodson Dr., Ramona, CA, 92065. Tel. 760/788-3555. www.mtwoodsongc.com. 18 holes. 6004 yds. Par 70. Green Fee: $52/$75. Reservations essential. Facilities: Putting green, pitching area, golf carts, rental clubs, pro shop, golf academy/lessons, bar.

Riverwalk Golf Clubs.

Near the Fashion Valley shopping center, this course has a combination of three different 9-hole courses, which means less waiting. 1150 Fashion Valley Rd., Fashion Valley, San Diego, CA, 92108. Tel. 619/296-4653. www.riverwalkgc.com. 27 holes. Presidio: 3397 yds. Mission: 3153 yds. Friars: 3230 yds. Par 72. Green Fee: $99/$125. Facilities: Driving range, putting green, golf carts, rental clubs, pro shop, golf academy/lessons, restaurant, bar.

Torrey Pines Golf Course.

One of the best public golf courses in the United States, Torrey Pines was the site of the 2008 U.S. Open and has been the home of the Buick Invitational (now the Farmers Insurance Open) since 1968. The par-72 South Course receives rave reviews from the touring pros. Redesigned by Rees Jones in 2001, it's longer, more challenging, and more expensive than the North Course. Tee times may be booked from 8 to 90 days in advance at

877/581-7171

and are subject to an advance booking fee ($43). A full-day or half-day instructional package includes cart, green fee, and a golf-pro escort for the first 9 holes. 11480 N. Torrey Pines Rd., La Jolla, San Diego, CA, 92037. Tel. 858/452-3226 or 800/985-4653. www.torreypinesgolfcourse.com. 36 holes. South: 7227 yds., North: 6874 yds. North and South: Par 72. Green Fee: South: $183/$229, North: $100/$125. Facilities: Driving range, putting green, pitching area, golf carts, pull carts, caddies upon request in advance, rental clubs, pro shop, golf academy/lessons, restaurant, bar.

Resorts

Barona Creek.

Hilly terrain and regular winds add to the challenge at this East County resort course. Fast greens will test your finesse. If your game is on, you can always see if your luck holds in the adjacent casino. 1932 Wildcat Canyon Rd., Lakeside, CA, 92040. Tel. 619/387-7018. www.barona.com. 18 holes. Approx. 7000 yds. Par 72. Green Fee: $120/$160. Reservations essential. Facilities: Driving range, putting green, pitching area, golf carts, rental clubs, pro shop, lessons, snack bar.

Carlton Oaks Lodge and Country Club.

Lots of local qualifying tournaments are held at this difficult course, designed by Pete Dye to include many trees and water hazards. 9200 Inwood Dr., Santee, CA, 92071. Tel. 619/448-4242. www.carltonoaksgolf.com. 18 holes. 6700 yds. Par 72. Green Fee: $65/$85. Reservations essential. Facilities: Driving range, putting green, pitching area, golf carts, rental clubs, pro shop, lessons, restaurant, bar.

Doubletree Golf Resort San Diego.

This fairly hilly inland North County course is well maintained. 14455 Peñasquitos Dr., unknown, CA, 92129. Tel. 858/672-9100. www.doubletreegolf.com. 18 holes. 6428 yds. Par 72. Green Fee: $45/$69. Facilities: Putting green, pitching area, golf carts, rental clubs, pro shop, golf academy/lessons, restaurant, bar.

La Costa Resort and Spa.

There's an excellent golf school at this verdant location, which is one of the premier golf resorts in Southern California. After a full day on the links you can wind down with a massage, steam bath, and dinner at the resort. 2100 Costa del Mar Rd., Carlsbad, CA, 92009. Tel. 760/438-9111. www.lacosta.com. 36 holes. North: 6608 yds., South: 6524 yds. North and South: Par 72. Green Fee: $195/$205. Reservations essential. Facilities: Driving range, putting green, pitching area, golf carts, caddies, rental clubs, pro shop, golf academy/lessons, restaurant, bar.

Morgan Run Resort and Club.

The 27 holes of this very popular walking course, which can be played in three combinations of 9, are open only to members, guests of members, and resort guests. 5690 Cancha de Golf, Rancho Santa Fe, CA, 92091. Tel. 858/756-2471. www.morganrun.com. 27 holes. East: 3173 yds., North: 3113 yds., South: 3380 yds. East: Par 36, North: Par 35, South: Par 36. Green Fee: $100/$120. Reservations essential. Facilities: Driving range, putting green, pitching area, golf carts, pull carts, rental clubs, pro shop, golf academy/lessons, restaurant, bar.

Park Hyatt Aviara Golf Club.

Designed by Arnold Palmer, this top-quality course includes views of the protected adjacent Batiquitos Lagoon and the Pacific Ocean. The carts, which are fitted with GPS systems that tell you the distance to the pin, are included in the cost. 7447 Batiquitos Dr., Carlsbad, CA, 92011. Tel. 760/603-6900. www.golfaviara.com. 18 holes. 7007 yds. Par 72. Green Fee: $215/$235. Facilities: Driving range, putting green, pitching area, golf carts, rental clubs, pro shop, golf academy/lessons, restaurant, bar.

Rancho Bernardo Inn and Country Club.

The course management here is JC Golf, which has a golf school as well as several other respected courses throughout Southern California that are open to guests of the Rancho Bernardo Inn. The restaurant here, El Bizcocho, serves one of the best Sunday brunches in the county. 17550 Bernardo Oaks Dr., Rancho Bernardo, CA, 92128. Tel. 858/675-8470 Ext. 1. www.ranchobernardoinn.com. 18 holes. 6631 yds. Par 72. Green Fee: $100/$135. Facilities: Driving range, putting green, golf carts, rental clubs, pro shop, golf academy/lessons, restaurant, bar.

Redhawk.

This challenging course is good enough to have earned a four-star rating from

Golf Digest

and a top 10 ranking from

California Golf Magazine

. 45100 Redhawk Pkwy., Temecula, CA, 92592. Tel. 951/302-3850. www.redhawkgolfcourse.com. 18 holes. 7110 yds. Par 72. Green Fee: $70/$90. Facilities: Driving range, putting green, pitching area, golf carts, pull carts, rental clubs, pro shop, golf academy/lessons, restaurant, bar.

Sycuan Resort & Casino.

A

Golf Digest

favorite, this course also comes highly recommended by anyone who's played here. Hackers will love the executive par-3 course; seasoned golfers can play the championship courses. 3007 Dehesa Rd., El Cajon, CA, 92019. Tel. 619/219-6028 or 800/457-5568. www.sycuanresort.com. 54 holes. Willow: 6687 yds., Oak: 6682 yds., Pine: 2508 yds. Willow and Oak: Par 72, Pine: Par 54. Green Fee: Willow and Oak $57/$79, Pine $19/$26. Facilities: Driving range, putting green, pitching area, golf carts, pull carts, rental clubs, pro shop, golf academy/lessons, restaurant, bar.

Golf Locations
1 Hyatt Regency Newport Beach
Hyatt Regency Newport Beach
1107 Jamboree Rd.
Newport Beach, CA 92660

The best aspect of this grande dame of Newport hotels is its lushly landscaped acres: 26 of them, overlooking the Back Bay. The casually elegant, low-profile architecture, spread over the generous grounds, will appeal to travelers weary of high-rise hotels. When booking your room, suite, or bungalow, let them know your preference of bay, golf course, garden, or pool views. Most rooms have patios or balconies. There's a 9-hole golf course and 16 lighted tennis courts. Pros

: high-quality linens and bedding; centrally located for shopping.

Cons

: self-parking is far from main property; 10-minute drive to beach. www.newportbeach.hyatt.com. 393 rooms, 9 suites, 4 bungalows. In-room: safe, Internet. In-hotel: restaurant, bar, golf course, pools, tennis courts, gym, spa, parking. Credit cards accepted.

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2 Inn on Mt. Ada
Inn on Mt. Ada
398 Wrigley Rd.
Avalon, CA 90704

If you stay in the mansion where Wrigley Jr. once lived, you'll enjoy all the comforts of a millionaire's home—at a millionaire's prices. Nightly rates, which start at $400 in summer, include breakfast, lunch, beverages, and snacks (note that the restaurant does not serve dinner), plus use of a golf cart. The guest rooms are traditional and elegant; some have fireplaces and all have water views. The hilltop view of the curve of the bay is spectacular; the Windsor Room, with views of both the ocean and bay, is among the most coveted. Service is gracious and attentive, and a stay at this enchanting property is memorable. Pros

: timeless charm; shuttle from heliport and dock; first-class service.

Cons

: smallish rooms and bathrooms; pricey. www.innonmtada.com. 6 rooms. In-room: no a/c, Wi-Fi. In-hotel: restaurant, some age restrictions. Credit cards accepted. Rate includes: Some meals.

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3 The Island Hotel
The Island Hotel
690 Newport Center Dr.
Newport Beach, CA 92660

A suitably stylish hotel in a very chic neighborhood (it's across the street from the Fashion Island shopping center), this 20-story tower caters to luxury seekers by offering weekend golf packages in conjunction with the nearby Pelican Hill golf course. Guest rooms have private balconies (usually with outstanding views), marble bathrooms, and original art. The spa does its bit for luxury with a pearl powder facial. The hotel lured Beverly Hills chef Bill Bracken, who now pampers diners at the elegant Palm Terrace with a contemporary menu of seductive small bites and entrées such as potato-encrusted Chilean sea bass. Pros

: proximity to Fashion Island; 24-hour exercise facilities; first-class spa.

Cons

: steep valet parking prices; some rooms have views of mall; pricey. www.theislandhotel.com. 295 rooms, 83 suites. In-room: safe. In-hotel: restaurants, bar, pool, tennis courts, gym, spa, business center, parking, some pets allowed. Credit cards accepted.

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4 The Resort at Pelican Hill
The Resort at Pelican Hill
22701 Pelican Hill Rd. S
Corona del Mar, CA 92657

This new ultra-glam resort, which opened in 2008, allows golfers to stay at Pelican Hill, one of the state's most renowned links with 36 championship holes designed by Tom Fazio. Adjacent to Crystal Cove State Park, the resort has 204 bungalow suites, each a minimum of 847 square feet with Italian limestone fireplaces and marble baths, built into terraced hillsides overlooking the Pacific; the resort's 128 villas are larger than most suburban homes and staffed with butlers 24/7. With its wraparound terraces, the Coliseum Pool (inspired by the Roman landmark) is a spectacular focal point. Soothe sore muscles at a 23,000-square-foot spa after a day on the course before enjoying a sunset dinner from the Andrea Ristorante, one of the area's most opulent dining rooms. Kids are treated like VIPs, too; Camp Pelican, a separate facility, has all sorts of games and activities for young 'uns. Pros:

paradise for golfers; a gracious, attentive staff.

Cons:

sky-high prices, even for a swanky resort; common areas can feel cold. www.pelicanhill.com. 204 bungalows and suites, 128 villas. In-room: safe, kitchen (some), Wi-Fi. In-hotel: restaurants, bar, golf courses, pools, gym, spa, children's programs, parking. Credit cards accepted.

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5 Crowne Plaza San Diego
Crowne Plaza San Diego
2270 Hotel Circle North
San Diego, CA 92108

After an $8 million renovation in mid-2007, the former Red Lion Hanalei Hotel is now a member of the InterContinental chain. Upgraded rooms feature a cheerful tropical plantation-style decor and a signature sleep program with quiet zones, eye masks, and lavender spray. The hotel is good for business travelers, but also appeals to vacationers with its pool, nearby golf course, and free shuttle to Old Town and Fashion Valley mall. The on-site Islands Sushi & PuPu Bar offers dinner and a late-night happy hour until midnight. Pros:

near shopping; close to airport; updated rooms.

Cons:

near freeway; dated public areas; spotty service. www.ichotelsgroup.com. 403 rooms, 14 suites. In-room: a/c, safe, Internet. In-hotel: restaurant, bar, pool, gym, spa, laundry facilities, parking, some pets allowed. Credit cards accepted.

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6 Estancia La Jolla Hotel & Spa
Estancia La Jolla Hotel & Spa
9700 N. Torrey Pines Rd.
San Diego, CA 92037

La Jolla's newest resort was once the site of a famous equestrian ranch, Blackhorse Farms, where Thoroughbreds were trained. This hotel has a rustic elegance, rambling California ranch-style architecture, and courtyards with bubbling fountains. Rooms have marble baths and come with robes, slippers, and 24-hour room service. The resort offers free high-speed and Wi-Fi, a pool with private cabanas, and a spa where guests can be pampered with an outdoor massage in a private garden of eucalyptus, citrus, and lavender. Besides spa packages, the resort offers golf getaways in conjunction with the nearby Torrey Pines Golf Course. Pros:

upscale rooms; nice spa; landscaped grounds.

Cons:

spotty service; not centrally located. www.estancialajolla.com. 200 rooms, 10 suites. In-room: a/c, safe, Wi-Fi. In-hotel: restaurants, bar, pool, gym, spa, parking. Credit cards accepted. Rate includes: Breakfast.

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7 Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines
Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines
10950 N. Torrey Pines Rd.
San Diego, CA 92037

Blending discreetly into the Torrey Pines cliff top, the hotel overlooks the Pacific Ocean and the 18th hole of the Torrey Pines Golf Course, site of the 2008 U.S. Open. Oversize accommodations are simple but elegant; most have balconies or terraces. Outside, find a large pool, tennis courts, and a putting green. The menu at the hotel's steak-and-seafood restaurant, the Torreyana Grille, changes with the seasons. Pros:

ocean view; near golf; large rooms.

Cons:

not centrally located. www.hilton.com. 382 rooms, 12 suites. In-room: a/c, safe, Wi-Fi. In-hotel: restaurant, bars, pool, tennis courts, gym, parking, some pets allowed. Credit cards accepted.

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8 Lodge at Torrey Pines
Lodge at Torrey Pines
11480 N. Torrey Pines Rd.
San Diego, CA 92037

This beautiful Craftsman-style lodge sits on a bluff between La Jolla and Del Mar and commands a coastal view. You know you're in for a different sort of experience when you see the Scottish kilted doorman. The warm and understated rooms are spacious and furnished with antiques and reproduction turn-of-the-20th-century pieces. The service is excellent, and the restaurant, A. R. Valentien (named after a San Diego plein air artist of the early 1900s), serves fine California cuisine. Beyond the grounds are the Torrey Pines Golf Course and scenic trails that lead to the Torrey Pines State Beach and Reserve. The village of La Jolla is a 10-minute drive away. Pros:

upscale rooms; good service; near golf.

Cons:

not centrally located; expensive. www.lodgetorreypines.com. 164 rooms, 6 suites. In-room: a/c, safe, kitchen (some), Internet, Wi-Fi. In-hotel: restaurants, bars, golf course, pool, gym, spa, parking. Credit cards accepted.

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9 Morley Field Sports Complex
Morley Field Sports Complex
2221 Morley Field Dr.
San Diego, CA 92101

In addition to the 2-mi fitness course and ball diamonds, the park's athletic center has a flying-disc golf course where players toss their Frisbees over canyons and treetops to reach the challenging "holes"—wire baskets hung from metal poles. Morley Field also has a public pool, a velodrome, an archery range, playgrounds, and boccie, badminton, and tennis courts. The website has a downloadable program guide with complete listings and times. The complex is at the northeast corner of Balboa Park, across Park Boulevard and Florida Canyon. www.sandiego.gov/park-and-recreation/centers/morley.html.

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10 Presidio Park
Presidio Park

San Diego, CA 92110

The hillsides of the 40-acre green space overlooking Old Town from the north end of Taylor Street are popular with picnickers, and many couples have taken their wedding vows on the park's long stretches of lawn, some of the greenest in San Diego. You may encounter enthusiasts of the sport of grass-skiing, gliding over the grass and down the hills on their wheeled-model skis. Grab a cardboard box to try grass-sledding the low-tech way. It's a nice walk from Old Town to the summit if you're in good shape and wearing the right shoes—it should take about half an hour. You can also drive to the top of the park via Presidio Drive, off Taylor Street.

If you do decide to walk, look in at the Presidio Hills Golf Course

on Mason Street. It has an unusual clubhouse that incorporates the ruins of Casa de Carrillo, the town's oldest adobe, constructed in 1820. At the end of Mason Street, veer left on Jackson Street to reach the

presidio ruins,

where adobe walls and a bastion have been built above the foundations of the original fortress and chapel. Archaeology students from San Diego State University who excavated the area have marked off the early chapel outline, although they reburied the artifacts they uncovered in order to protect them. Also on-site are the 28-foot-high

Serra Cross,

built in 1913 out of brick tiles found in the ruins, and a bronze

statue of Father Serra.

Take Presidio Drive southeast and you'll come to the site of

Fort Stockton,

built to protect Old Town and abandoned by the United States in 1848. Plaques and statues also commemorate the Mormon Battalion, which enlisted here to fight in the battle against Mexico.

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