Re-opened in 2016, following a sympathetic Gil Hanse restoration, Los Angeles Country Club's South course offers a complementary playing experience to the tougher North course, with wide fairways transitioning into native grasses and no penal rough.
Host to the 2016 US Women’s Open, won by American Brittany Lang, the course at the CordeValle Resort is a Robert Trent Jones Jnr design that can be stretched to all of 7,360 yards for competitive play.
Located between the Oak Oasis and Lakeside County Parks, the Barona Creek Resort & Casino is set within the rolling foothills of San Diego and it’s ranked as one of the top five casino courses in the USA.
The best and toughest of the three public courses at the PGA West golf complex, Pete and Alice Dye’s 1986 creation, the TPC Stadium course, is host to the PGA Tour “Q-School” Finals every two years.
A Tom Fazio desert design that opened in 2002, the course at Shady Canyon Golf Club is gently routed around a valley with fairways following the natural contours as they skirt ravines and creeks.
Torrey Pines is situated on cliff tops some 20 minutes to the north of San Diego and is one of the best municipal golf facilities in the USA.
The course at Menlo Country Club was expanded to a full 18-hole layout soon after its inauguration and it served the members for more than fifty years, until Robert Trent Jones carried out a renovation in the late 1960s.
Situated on a hill overlooking the remote and sleepy town of Borrego Springs, Rams Hill Golf Club provides the golfer with an incredibly scenic and fun round of desert golf.
Lahontan Golf Club is located to the north of Lake Tahoe on land that was once home to the Washoe Indians in the spectacular Martis Valley.
Naturally, being so close to Thousand Oaks, mature, stately trees are a feature here at Sherwood Country Club coupled with babbling brooks and even waterfalls.