Rancho Bernardo West Course

San Diego is, undoubtedly, home to many of California’s best golf courses. Its idyllic weather and scenic views make the perfect elements for golfing. Golfers are not the least bit surprised to find the best courses designed by the biggest names in the industry. Among San Diego’s most prized classic courses that never fail to amaze golfers is the Rancho Bernardo West Course. It does not take a genius to tell that golf vacations here are nothing but world-class and of championship caliber.

The Rancho Bernardo West Course is a classic course of traditional course layout that debuted in 1962. It has recently gone through a major renovation to keep it up to date and accommodate the new age golfers, but a lot of its original features are kept – hence the timeless feel to it. This golf vacation destination is characterized by meandering streams, fairways lined by large eucalyptus trees, and water features that play on ten of its 18 holes. It is a par-72 course that stretches to 6,631 yards from the longest tees.

Despite its being relatively older than the other courses in San Diego, the Rancho Bernardo West Course proves that time has only made it better. It holds a AAA Diamond rating as a resort. Its other amenities are also ranked as some of the best in the area; for one, its restaurant, El Bizcocho, has been ranked among the highest by no less than Zagat survey. It is also a favorite host of PGA and LPGA tours. Looking at this golf trip paradise, it is safe to say that it has raised the bar high for the newer San Diego courses. No wonder the newer ones are trying hard to be better versions of this classic.

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