City of San Diego, Please get this course up to par. The club house needs a major overall. Get it together and demo the place, build a true club house with a real bar, TVs and a food service. Paying over $30 for a place without a single amenity is really getting old. This place could be amazing. Don't let this beautiful location continue to decline. Come on SD, we have a reputation to uphold.
This is a decent little par 3 near PB. Pricing isn't terrible but it's fairly expensive if you don't have the SD resident card because it is so short. The course has lights so you can play at night which is a cool feature. Definitely an easy course and nice to hone in on your iron game.
The driving range here also has favorable bucket prices - $6 for small, $8 for medium, and $10 for a large. Although the driving range is basically a beach.
well I would have to say that the people running this place must be aware of the fact that they've let it slide and have not renovated and updated as time has gone on. I'm not sure why they wouldn't have? but I'm not running the place... however, if you live close to here, it is a perfectly good place to go out of convenience.
Great little course! The greens are in great condition; they're slow but still in good shape. The fairways are good as well. If you're just getting started or want to practice your short game this is a great spot. The best part is it's lighted! No more "I work too late" excuse for me.
If I had one critique, it would be the trees blocking some of the lights. But hey, what would a golf course be without trees?
The course itself is pretty good, greens are always in great shape and the fairways aren't too bad. The price is ridiculous in my opinion, it's a small course and for the price I'd rather play at a par 72 and get my monies worth.