Blessed with immaculate greens, inviting fairways, testing courses and stunning landscapes, there aren’t many finer places to plan a round of golf than San Diego. With almost 100 courses in the region, there’s plenty of choice – and lots of great golf deals to help you save you money on the best courses. Take a look at our San Diego golf packages and reserve your tee time today.
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Stacked with the most beautiful and challenging courses, San Diego is one of the prime locations for golfing in the US. Discover more about some of the very best San Diego golf courses by reading these answers to some frequently asked questions. For more information on T&Cs and pricing, check out the Groupon Manual.
When it comes to health and fitness in San Diego, golf is up there as one of the best ways to spend your time, letting you stretch your legs while enjoying some of the Golden State's sunshine and scenery. Some of the most highly rated golf courses include:
Torrey Pines is arguably one of the best San Diego golf courses. Prices are much cheaper for San Diego residents, costing around $60 for 18 holes compared to $200 for non-residents.
As a municipal course, Torrey Pines is open for everyone to play on. Because it's owned by the city, it's one of the cheapest and most popular courses.
With 36 holes available and located on cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean, this course offers stunning views and an illustrious history, having hosted one of golf's most prestigious tournaments – the US Open – as recently as 2008. If you can't find a tee time here, browse our other golf deals in San Diego and benefit from a discount of up to 70% with Groupon.
If you're a resident of San Diego, you can buy a resident card to enable you to play on some of the public golf courses in and the city. You can do this online at the City of San Diego's verification portal.
Resident ID cards are priced at $25 and last for a year. To qualify to buy a resident ID card, you must live within San Diego districts or own a residence there. Once you have a resident ID card, you can reserve tee times at one of the three San Diego golf courses operated by the city's Parks & Recreation Department – Mission Bay, Balboa Park, and Torrey Pines.
San Diego Country Club is a private course, so it's open to members only. Membership prices are available on request by contacting the club directly, but it can be pricy.
At San Diego Country Club, there are several different types of membership, including Junior Executive Membership, Non-Resident Membership and National Membership. Established in 1897, the club is one of the most historic in the San Diego area and boasts a championship-standard 18-hole course.
It's undoubtedly one of the most admired San Diego golf resorts – but it's well worth checking out our golf packages elsewhere in the city too.