Salt Creek Golf Club

525 Hunte Parkway
Chula Vista, CA

The Scottish links styling combined with the incredible design talents of Cary Bickler and PGA Tour Pro John Cook make Salt Creek Golf Club one of San Diego’s most unique and enjoyable tracks. Throw in a level of customer service that compares to courses that charge twice as much and you’ve got a sure bet when you’re looking for a great golf experience.

Salt Creek Golf Club, formerly The Auld Course, is set among the foothills of Mt. Miguel at the east end of H Street (Proctor Valley Road) and Hunte Parkway in Chula Vista. This location is beneficial for several reasons. First, it allowed the course to be laid out in such a way that housing projects and other types of “modern growth” will never disturb its peaceful serenity. Salt Creek Golf Club is bordered to the north by a state park and surrounded on the other sides by protected habitats.

With an impressive array of short, medium and long holes, the lay-out will deliver one of San Diego’s most memorable golfing experiences. Salt Creek Golf Club features rolling hills, three lakes, seventy eight bunkers and acres of lush wetlands.


Salt Creek Golf Club is located about 20 minutes from downtown San Diego. From the 805 Freeway, take the East H Street exit for 7 miles. Turn left on Hunte Parkway to the golf course entrance.
Course Designer

Gary Bickler and John Cook

Score Card Summary

Tee Box Yards Slope Rating
Black 6855 132 73.4
Gold 6514 128 71.7
Blue 6083 122 70.0
White 5505 117 67.1
Red 4814 121 68.9