Park Hyatt Aviara Resort – Aviara Golf Club

A round of golf at Park Hyatt Aviara Resort – Aviara Golf Club gives the feeling of playing through a botanical garden. The club has an unparalleled beauty – with its variety and abundance of local vegetation. It was developed around the natural topography of three valleys and a lagoon. Officially opened in 1991, almost a decade was spent in completing the golf course due to the ecological fragility of the lagoon with sensitive San Diego environmental issues. It was meticulously developed to make sure that the wetlands were preserved. A golf trip to this San Diego golf course will give guests a certain inexplicable connection with nature.

Park Hyatt Aviara Resort – Aviara Golf Club features 7,007 yards of golf that is shaped around native wildflowers, rolling hillsides, and lots of bunkers and water hazards. Spending a golf vacation in this 18-hole, par-72 course stimulates the senses of the players with the vibrant flowers and plants that surround it. The front nine holes are tight and meander through the canyons. On the other hand, the back nine is more open and this means that it is more exposed to the wind. So players must have the ability to easily shift their playing style in the half part of the game.

Park Hyatt Aviara Resort – Aviara Golf Club is the only San Diego golf course that is designed by Arnold Palmer. It was named one of the best resort golf courses in America by Golf Digest and Golf Magazine. It was also recognized by Conde Nast Traveler as the number one golf resort in Southern California. These recognitions are proofs of the greatness of its nature-like layout. A golf vacation at this club gives the players a relaxing experience because of its garden-themed environment.

 

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