San Diego Tee Times and Golf Course Reservations

Maderas Golf Club

Maderas Golf Club opened in November 1999 to great reviews. The golf course was designed by Johnny Miller and Robert Muir Graves and offers beauty, challenge, and plenty of thrilling shots as it winds through the cliffs, rock outcroppings, creeks, and forests of the inland hill country of north San Diego…

Steele Canyon Golf Club

Steele Canyon Golf Club’s three distinct nine-hole courses were designed by Gary Player, a champion who embodies the integrity, values, passion and traditions of the game. Each golf course layout offers a unique natural environment and type of play for all levels of experience. …

Mt. Woodson Golf Club

In 1999 Mt. Woodson Golf Club’s 3rd Hole was selected to the San Diego “Elite 18” (San Diego’s Top 18 Holes presented by NBC 7/39 TV)

1998 2nd (behind Torrey Pines) in a Union-Tribune Reader’s Poll asking San Diegans which golf course they would recommend….

Arrowood Golf Club

With most of the fairways and greens of the Ted Robinson Jr. designed Arrowood Golf Course set adjacent to protected natural riparian habitats, the solitude of the picturesque countryside will enhance the golf experience…

Salt Creek Golf Club

Salt Creek Golf Club, formerly The Auld Course, is a Scottish links style design combined with incredible talents of Cary Bickler and PGA Tour Pro John Cook making Salt Creek Golf Club one of San Diego’s most unique and enjoyable tracks. Featuring generous fairways, flat bunkering and ample run-up space, Salt Creek Golf Club is a very friendly and playable course…

La Costa Resort

La Costa has two PGA Championship 18 hole golf courses, both beautiful and traditional in design. Both courses challenge golfers shotmaking ability, both off the tee, and around the greens. When you walk the fairways at La Costa Resort and Spa you are walking the same fairways that the legends of the game have walked for over 30 years…

Aviara Four Seasons

The Aviara Golf Club at Four Seasons Resort Aviara, offers one of the finest golf facilities available in southern California. Aviara’s memorable 18-hole coastal layout was designed by Arnold Palmer. The 7,007-yard, par-72 course is sculpted around the natural topography, with water hazards positioned as visual extensions of the lagoon. The club includes a 32,000 square foot (3,000-square-metre) two-storey Spanish colonial clubhouse with a complete golf shop.

Pala Mesa Resort

Lined with majestic oaks, sycamores and elms, the Pala Mesa Resort course is a classic par 72, presenting ambitious challenges for even the most accomplished golfer.

Eastlake Country Club

This Ted Robinson-designed course is highlighted by 1,800 trees, six lakes (three with waterfalls) and 72 sand traps. A uniquely designed open-air pavilion makes Eastlake Country Club the perfect choice for your next tournament or outing. Located minutes from downtown San Diego, Eastlake recently opened a newly renovated pro shop and offers golf schools as well as private instruction.

Doubletree Resort

The Doubletree Golf Resort San Diego caters to the serious as well as the recreational golf player. A William Bell, Jr. design that challenges players of all skill levels, the course is known for its rolling terrain, manicured and contoured fairways, undulating greens and scenic beauty…

Pelican Hill Golf Club

Pelican Hill Golf Club, located along the Southern California Coast, from high above the Pacific Ocean, the Ocean North Course and the Ocean South Course each offer players of all abilities the opportunity to play and enjoy two of the most beautiful and challenging courses in the World of Golf. Both are designed by famed architect Tom Fazio. The most difficult decision to make at Pelican Hill Golf Club is which course to play first.