Unpredictable summer heat waves have paved the way for long days at the beach and pool. The endless sun has given Southern California residents and visitors the encouragement to get outside as much as possible during summer vacation. For golf lovers, hitting the course is the ideal opportunity to embrace coastal breezes while enjoying a cold beverage, relaxing in the shade, and perfecting their swing. Carlsbad is home to some of the state’s finest courses. The city’s landscape features a temperate climate that gives way to lush fairways, scenic greens, and viewports to the Pacific Ocean that are hard to beat. Whether you are a seasoned medalist or a casual golfer with a love for acclaimed clubhouses, Carlsbad has some of the most renowned courses in the country. Here are three of the best golf courses in North County to reserve a tee time on this summer:
When looking for a relaxing and challenging golfing expedition in San Diego County, The Crossings at Carlsbad is a must play course that has a complete menu of golf, dining, and training options to enjoy. Within a stone’s throw from the ocean, The Crossings is certainly more than just a golf course. The property hosts multiple weddings and high-profile events each year. The views of the Pacific, native flora, and canyon trespasses combine to make the course a memorable encounter for golf novices and professionals alike. Touted by GOLF Magazine as one of the “Top 10 New Courses You Can Play”, The Crossings embraces the coastal vibes surrounding its greens and provides guests with supreme views as well as award winning dining options. The Canyons Restaurant is onsite, providing a full-service dining experience and bar at the clubhouse. Breathtaking views of the course and Pacific Ocean make the Canyons Restaurant a perfect end to a long day of golfing.
The Park Hyatt Aviara Golf Club is one of Carlsbad’s premier resort golf courses overlooking the Batiquitos Lagoon and nature preserve. The surrounding landscape gives the course a unique opportunity for bunker and water challenges for golfers. Designed by Arnold Palmer, the Golf Club holds notoriety for its design. Not only is the course linked to a well-known designer, is also home to the LPGA Kia Classic every year. The tournament hosts talents like Eun-Hee Ji and Mirim Lee, giving Carlsbad visitors the chance to watch some of golf’s greats compete. The Park Hyatt Aviara Golf Club is also home to Kip Puterbaugh’s Golf Academy and the TaylorMade Performance Lab, making it a prime course for all skill levels.
The Omni La Costa Resort & Spa is home to two championship level courses. With 36 holes, each course offers golfers a different path of challenges and rewards. Booking a tee time here allows guests the ability to follow in the footsteps of some of golf’s most well-known PGA stars. The resort offers things like a PGA Junior Camps for kids, golf vacations, access to tournaments, and GolfBoard rentals for fun ways to traverse the greens.
For those looking to improve their game or share the love of the sport with other golf lovers, the Carlsbad Golf Center is just the spot. The center has a whole section devoted to custom club fitting. Customers can configure a club specifically to their preferences or refit one of their favorites while getting swing tips from golf pros. The driving range offers a great place to practice while trying out new gear. The entire staff is fueled by the passion of helping others which makes it the ideal place to get tips, find equipment, and practice your skills.
Lastly, the Rancho Carlsbad Golf Club is Carlsbad’s own executive course. The par three course allows golfers to finish a full round of golf in under three hours. Guests can work on their short game or perfect their swing at the driving range. The 19th Hole Deli rounds out the experience with a full menu with beer and wine.
Grab your clubs and score a hole-in-one by embracing the end of the summer and visiting one of Carlsbad’s the top-rated golf courses.
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