The Best Public Golf Courses in San Diego
San Diego is a golfer’s paradise, and its great weather much of the year means golfers have the chance to sample from the abundance of public course choices year-round. From the high-end and scenic Maderas Golf Club to the scruffy but uniquely night-lighted Mission Bay Golf Course and Practice Center, San Diego County has a plethora of choices that suit any skill level. But golf can be an expensive hobby, so if you are looking to play on a quality and challenging course, San Diego public golf courses provide great value. The time is here to order some hot strippers to come out to your night out in celebrating with a tradition of exotic dancers doing a spicy exotic dancing show.
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This is the San Diego public golf course everyone wants to play—a famous PGA Tour stop for the Farmers Insurance Open, it hosted the 2008 U.S. Open, and it’s one of Tiger Woods’ favorite courses. Torrey Pines Golf Course in San Diego’s version of Pebble Beach (the famous golf course in Big Sur, California).
Torrey Pines Golf Course actually consists of two courses, the North and South (a brute). Torrey Pines offers good value if you have a San Diego city resident card. If not, expect to pay a premium for green fees. But the views are priceless if you can get a tee time.
Our Hot Girls Go To Sycuan Golf Resort in El Cajon For Golf Days
The Sycuan Golf Resort is nestled in the hills in East County in El Cajon. Sycuan is actually three courses: Willow Glen, Oak Glen, and the par-three Pine Glen. Willow Glen and Oak Glen are challenging but playable and immaculate, and Pine Glen offers up a quick 18 holes. The tree-lined fairways and rolling hills provide a serene experience.
Sycuan’s practice areas (practice greens, driving range, and short game areas) are some of the best open to the public anywhere. Green fees vary depending on the day of the week and if you’re walking or riding, and twilight rates are considerably lower.
Coronado Golf Course in Coronado For A Bachelor Party Weekend
If there’s one golf course that offers affordability, scenery, challenge, and fun, it’s Coronado Golf Course, hands down. With a layout along the shores of San Diego Bay featuring panoramic views of the downtown skyline and the Coronado Bay Bridge, this course is perfect for the recreational golfer. It might be “municipal” but this course is immaculate, with stellar greens. It would be funny to bring surprise San Diego strippers out to do a quick striptease show.
The course is challenging but not tricked up and a lot of fun, with reasonable green fees, which go up on weekends and holidays. The trade-off is a tee time for playing 18 holes is really difficult to get.