San Diego

Designed by William Watson and built in 1921 before bulldozers were used, the course maintains a rolling terrain that makes every shot different from the one before. The Course was later remodeled by Billy Bell, who added additional length to course and added several tees and bunkers. The greens and fairways have been judged by experts as the finest in Southern California. We have hosted the 1952 and '53 PGA Tour’s San Diego Open; the 1964 USGA Women's Open Championship, which was won by San Diego Country Club honorary member Mickey Wright; the 1993 US Women's Amateur Championship, the 2002 and 2007 Pacific Coast Amateur Championships, the annual Intercollegiate tournament, U S Open and U S Senior Open qualifying and the 2013 Southern California Golf Association Amateur Championship, all of which testify to the superb design and conditioning found at San Diego Country Club.

Course Details

Fairway Grass:
Greens Grass:
Poa Trivialis
William Bell