Sycuan Golf Resort

Just minutes away from the downtown area of San Diego, California is a stunning golf vacation retreat that is unique from any other golf resorts in the area. The Sycuan Golf Resort offers the challenging golf courses that were carefully crafted to bring out the finest golf experience. Sycuan Golf Resort was also cited as one of San Diego’s best as rated by SignOnSanDiego.com and the highest ranking from San Diego Business Journal.  The Willow Glen and the Oak Glen are two of the award-winning golf courses that have been attracting all sorts of golfers coming from the different parts of the globe.

The Willow Glen Course is a demanding par-72 layout that was redesigned by the famed Ted Robinson in 1980. It features the strategically placed bunkers, several doglegs holes, elevation changes, and the demanding narrow fairways. The Sweetwater River also comes into play on most of the layout’s holes. The Oak Glen Course on the other hand is another par-72 golf layout that was redesigned twice: in 1980 by Ted Robinson and in 1991 by Dave Fleming. This amazing golf course boasts about the tricky undulating greens, tight fairways, and the difficult hazards that dot the mature landscaped surroundings. Among the best holes that the resort takes pride on is the treacherous #5 that requires an accurate drive.

Aside from the championship golf courses, Sycuan Resort has also been considered as one of the best golf vacation destinations that one can ever have. With the 425+ lush acres ringed by picturesque mountain terrain, exploring the area can be a lot of fun. Aside from those things, guests are also provided with the best accommodations that go along with the finest dining options. If you want to relax after a tough day at the great outdoors, spa or massage awaits you at one of the establishments within the vicinity.

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