Golf and Fun in the City of San Diego

With the Canadian golf season still about two months away, why not get a jump on the season with a golf getaway to San Diego, California.   San Diego boasts consistent weather through the winter months and is a city waiting to be discovered. A golfer has a wonderful selection of courses to choose from and each course is distinctly unique from the next.  Green fees can be quite reasonable at courses such as Riverwalk Golf Club, or for someone looking for the high-end touch there are courses such as Maderas Golf Club and La Costa Resort. 

San Diego is a wonderful city with an amazing amount of sites to see and activities to partake in.  Spending one week there, a person can only scratch the surface of what there is to do.  From Sea World and the Wild Animal park to having a tour on the USS Midway aircraft carrier or taking a scenic drive through the La Jolla area with all of its shops and restaurants and scenery.  Throw in a round of golf or two and this is a city that one can keep coming back to time and time again, always leaving with a completely different experience. 

I recently spent some time there and played the Steele Canyon Golf Club.  It is a Gary Player designed course that offers 27 holes of spectacular golf.  Located slightly east of the city, each nine has a very different feel from the next with the Canyon nine offering some spectacular views with many elevation changes and dramatic shot making challenges. The Ranch course winds its way through fields of working ranch while the Meadow course stretches along the valley floor though woodlands and streams.  Greens fees here average about $99 in the winter months and for the quality of golf the value is excellent.  Steele Canyon has been awarded Golf Digests four-star rating and has some of the best greens in the area.  The staff was fantastic and service at the club is as good as the golf.  

Let GolfPatio help you with your next vacation to the San Diego area and book your golf times at a variety of world-class destinations.


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