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Torrey Pines Golf Course
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Owner description: Torrey Pines offers two PGA courses.
Reviewed August 1, 2014

So beautiful. I loved the outdoor setting, the comfy couches to sit on, the view, the food, the lodge itself...all just amazing.

Thank LoriKiller
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Reviewed July 29, 2014

Avoid the North Course completely. Its a goat track with the only positive being bunkers that are in good shape. Otherwise its nondescript 400 yrd par 4 after nondescript 400 yrd par 4.

The South is much better but if you're an out of towner not worth the $300 (after booking fees and cart).

Its a been there, done that for me. Never again.

Food was great at the lodge.

Thank Danny J
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Reviewed July 29, 2014

If you want to play either the South course (US Open) or the North course, get to the pro shop by 12 noon and add your name to the walk up list. You can ask the starter how busy it looks, however, to play during twilight, you wont have a problem getting on as a single. The South course front nine is as spectacular as it gets for golf, with most of the holes on the Pacific Ocean. The same goes for the North course, which is a bit shorter with wider fairways. The back nine for each does not have the views, but the course is in very nice shape. If you have time, play both and walk each of them with a $10 pull cart rental.

Thank Steve S
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Reviewed July 27, 2014

I didn't walk around much as I would have liked, but purchased some great stuff from the Pro Shop and walked the first nine holes. It's worth a small trip if you've never been there.

Thank Dennis B
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Reviewed July 22, 2014

Either course is always in great shape. But try both, each is different and challenging. Sometimes hard to get on without at least a 2 week reservation. A little pricey for non California residents.

Thank mjshog
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