Torrey Pines Golf Course, South

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4.5
Average: 4.5 (6 votes)
11480 N Torrey Pines Rd
La Jolla, CA 92037-1045
(858) 452-3226
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stevescrew

My head was spinning as the golf commentators mentioned nothing but Tiger Woods. Of course Tiger this and Tiger that. Now, since he is in 62nd place, their saying the change of course should do wonders for Tiger Woods. For your sake, I hope so. You guys must sleep on Tiger Woods pillows.

rustygolf

Just love to walk to the edge of the canyons between fairways or to the cliffs overlooking the ocean-who cares about the score...

Howdy620

Congrats Tiger, we have been waiting for you to get it together, Shame on the PGA for not doing anything about the slow play, watching TV was so boring haveing to go back and forth on the second to last group, should have been on the clock from the 9th hole on, and omg the 17th & 18th, last group played 4 shots and they only played 1, PGA get your act together...........

Howdy620

Congrats Tiger, we have been waiting for you to get it together, Shame on the PGA for not doing anything about the slow play, watching TV was so boring haveing to go back and forth on the second to last group, should have been on the clock from the 9th hole on, and omg the 17th & 18th, last group played 4 shots and they only played 1, PGA get your act together...........

Howdy620

Congrats Tiger, we have been waiting for you to get back in the grove.. PGA should have done something about the slow play ahead of the last group, it was terrible to watch on TV, kept falling asleep from the boredom, those guys should have been on the clock from the 9th hole on, comeon PGA get it together..........

Course Details/History

  • Architect Name – William F. Bell, ASGCA/(R) Rees Jones, ASGCA/Stephen Halsey/Jack Daray, Jr.
  • Regulation Length Holes – 36

Golf.com Editorial

  • Public, 36 holes, $183 - $229

     

     

    Torrey Pines has been ranked as one of the top courses in the U.S. by Golf Magazine's panel of experts.

    Thanks to Bethpage Black and Harding Park, municipal courses are back in vogue as venues for big-time tournaments.

    The granddaddies of the genre remain the North and South courses at Torrey Pines near San Diego. Rees Jones toughened the South in anticipation of the 2008 U.S. Open, adding 28 bunkers and more than 500 yards, and turning a good test into a 7,607-yard monster.

    The North is a more manageable 6,874 yards from the tips. Both tracks are used in the Farmers Insurance Open every January, though the South pulls solo duty for the weekend.

    Most tee times are made by calling 619-570-1234 up to seven days in advance.

    For more information, go to torreypinesgolfcourse.com.

     

    This Club has multiple courses:

    • South
    • North

    Design - South at Torrey Pines Municipal Golf Course

    • Year Built: 1957
    • Designer: William F. Bell
    • Greens Grass Type: Bent Grass
    • Fairways Grass Type: Kikuya
    • Water Hazards: Yes
    • Sand Bunkers: 31-40
    • Yardage Markers: 200, 150, 100 Yrd Markers and Sprinkler Heads Marked

ParRatingSlopeYardage
Black tee7278.21447,608
Blue tee7275.31377,227
White tee7273.11336,885
Red tee7273.61295,542
Front Nine
Hole123456789Out*
Black tee4523871984834535604621766133784
Blue tee4443621604714045304421645903567
White tee4323471494603935184341545353422
Red tee368281113388324452381964322835
Par44344543536
Back Nine
Hole101112131415161718In*
Black tee4052215045414354772274425723824
Blue tee3762034775394174622064295513660
White tee3621934565214043921924195243463
Red tee2991053944082762861763474162707
Par43454434536
*Par value varies depending on tee boxes used.