Which Golf Courses Can Golf Academy of America Students Play in San Diego?
Oct 16, 2015
A great deal of learning goes on every day at Golf Academy of America's campuses across the United States. So does a lot of golf. Check out some of the fine area facilities Golf Academy of America in San Diego students can expect to experience during their four semesters.
Located in beautiful Oceanside, Arrowood Golf Course is a par-71, Ted Robinson-designed layout that opened in 2005. With five sets of tees, course yardage ranges from 6,721 yards down to 5,253 yards.
A private club located in Oceanside, El Camino Country Club is a classic course in a lovely setting. With narrow, tree-lined fairways and small, well-defended putting surfaces, a round at El Camino is a solid test of one's ball-striking and guile.
With back-tee Rating and Slope figures of 72.6 and 132, respectively, Crossings at Carlsbad offers an excellent mix of challenge and scoring possibilities for golfers of all handicaps. The 6,800-yard courses features a number of holes where ravines and barrancas come into play.
With 27 holes on property, Morgan Run Club & Resort offers three different 18-hole combination courses for the enjoyment of members and visitors alike. The facility enjoys a picturesque setting in Rancho Santa Fe, just a few miles from the Pacific Ocean.
Located in Temecula, California, RedHawk Golf Course rambles over 7,100 yards from the back tees. But with four other sets of tees, all players will find a comfortable, engaging challenge, including the stunning par-3 eighth hole, with its island green.
One of San Diego's premier public golf facilities, Riverwalk Golf Club is a 27-hole collaboration between father and son Ted Robinson, Sr. and Ted Robinson, Jr. whose Presidio, Mission and Friars Nines can be combined into three separate 18-hole layouts. No homes border the course, allowing players to focus entirely on enjoying a great round of Southern California golf.
This luxury resort and golf club is home to a 27-hole layout — the Oaks, Creek and Stonehouse Nines — encompassing more than 300 acres. The Inn includes 130 spacious rooms and suites for visitors; plus, individual, family and corporate memberships are available.
Happily situated under the legendary California sun, these courses offer designs that are both beautiful and challenging. As part of the program, students at the San Diego campus of Golf Academy of America have open play access to these superb golf facilities — a unique chance to improve at some of the most revered courses in the nation.