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post #19 of 33
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Originally Posted by CGolfProduction View Post

Golf Torrey Pines for sure, I know one of the pros there, so I could get you a tee time there, otherwise you would have to make one right now or else its a year wait..... The Grand Del Mar is a great course, as is Coronado, and Morgan Run!

 

-Carson-

 

Thanks for the offer! I will defly think about it, we could probably use a fourth. What would the greens fee be that time of the year?

post #20 of 33

LA/SD public

Any recommended public courses in Los Angeles and San Diego? I'm a mid-hcp looking for at least 1-2 decent plays while I'm out there.

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post #22 of 33

Perfect. Thanks! (should've searched heh...)

post #23 of 33

Torrey Pines is awesome!  worth every penny! 

 

North Course is $110 weekday.

 

Called for a tee time a few months ago and they said it was a 2 month wait (not a year).. so i just walk on.  As a single, I have no problem getting out in a reasonable time.  I even saw a 2some get out from the wait list without a problem...

post #24 of 33

San Diego Golf Courses

Hey guys, I may be going over to The States some time next year and staying with non golfing friends in San Diego, I was wondering if any of you could suggest some good courses for my to play whilst I'm there, i'm only around a 24 handicap so they don't need to be tough and ideally not too expensive! the nearest one to where I'd be staying is Mission Trails.

 

Cheers!

post #25 of 33
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Originally Posted by papswing View Post

Hey guys, I may be going over to The States some time next year and staying with non golfing friends in San Diego, I was wondering if any of you could suggest some good courses for my to play whilst I'm there, i'm only around a 24 handicap so they don't need to be tough and ideally not too expensive! the nearest one to where I'd be staying is Mission Trails.

 

Cheers!

Here is a fairly recent thread on the same subject that may help you ...

 

http://thesandtrap.com/t/57092/golf-in-san-diego/0_30

 

Unfortunately, I believe that the OP had a change of plans so he didn't make the trip.  Otherwise, he'd have some good input for you too.

post #26 of 33

That's very helpful, Thankyou.

post #27 of 33

Hey everyone,

 

I figured I would revive this thread instead of making a new one seeing as the subject is pretty much the same. My name is Yashar and I joined the forum pretty recently. Love what I'm reading so far - everybody is incredibly helpful with their advice on any and all subjects. I have a goal of shooting 85 by February 2015 - shooting in the high 90s right now.

 

Anyways, I will be down in San Diego from December 19-26th to visit some family. Have read some great stuff on courses for out of towners so far and was wondering if anybody has updates to this list? Also, I'm really the only golfer in my family so I will be going solo for as many rounds as my body can take while I'm there. If anybody is looking for a 4th or is simply feeling generous enough to show me what San Diego has to offer golf wise, I would love to join and meet some new people while I'm down there. 

 

I'd like to keep the rounds below the $100 mark. Obviously if I have an opportunity to experience something that's one of a kind I don't mind breaking that rule. 

 

Thanks in advance for the advice!

 

Yashar

post #28 of 33

I love that place. It has some wide open greens that are very forgiving for new players like myself.

post #29 of 33

I'm headed to San Diego in two weeks. Going to call on monday and hope to get a tee time for 3/20 (thursday) on the South Course. What are my chances? Anyone else playing an need a 4th?

post #30 of 33
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I'm headed to San Diego in two weeks. Going to call on monday and hope to get a tee time for 3/20 (thursday) on the South Course. What are my chances? Anyone else playing an need a 4th?
Calling and getting a tee time .... Chances are slim. Walking on as a single on a Thursday and (perhaps) waiting a bit ... Chances are pretty good, I'd say.
post #31 of 33

No go on calling for a tee time. Guy on the phone said I shouldn't have much trouble walking on. I was worried I'd have to get there at like 5am or earlier, but he said, as a single, I should be able to get out with no trouble Thursday morning. Hope it's worth the extra $83 vs the North Course!

post #32 of 33

The Crossings in Carlsbad is a good challenging course, watch out for the planes flying over head.

 

Maderas is a nice course as well.

post #33 of 33
Played the North Course as the South had tournament this morning. Teed off right away. Too soon actually as I didn't have a chance to even putt. Enjoyed the round and the course. Will be back to SD, so I'll take on the South next time.
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