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Golf Hotels in San Diego

One of the most important ingredients for a successful golf vacation is great weather. With a yearly average of only 10.34 inches of precipitation and a daily average temperature of 70.5° F, the California city of San Diego makes an excellent golf destination. When you're not golfing, you can visit one of the numerous beaches or check out the museums, art galleries, zoos, and other attractions — or you might just want to kick back and relax at one of these incredible golf hotels.
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Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines: Championship Golf and Affordable Golf Packages
The Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines overlooks the Torrey Pines Golf Course and the Pacific Ocean. The scenery will make you feel like you're in paradise. The handsomely decorated rooms and suites with ultra-comfortable beds will add to that feeling. To further enhance your enjoyment, the hotel has a spa, a pool with private cabanas, and much more. If you're craving fresh, local cuisine, your taste buds will enjoy the Torreyana Grille restaurant.When it comes to golf, the Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines offers several affordable golf packages and advanced tee times for hotel guests so you can be sure you'll be able to play when you want. Torrey Pines has two championship courses that host PGA Tour’s Farmers Insurance Open every year.  You'll relish playing where the pros play.
from $67
Four Points by Sheraton San Diego: Affordable Downtown Convenience Plus Golf
For golfers who prefer the pace of an executive course, the Four Points by Sheraton in San Diego can’t be beaten with its nine-hole, par-three golf course. The hotel also offers several conveniences that will help make your stay super relaxing, including a free airport shuttle and a 24-hour fitness center. The hotel restaurant, Citrus, serves American dishes and local specialties as well as craft beers, wine, and cocktails. It's easy to please your palate and quench your thirst here. 
from $92
Morgan Run Club and Resort: Boutique Rooms and 27 Holes
Are 18 holes too few and 36 too many? Check out the ideal 27 holes that Morgan Run Club and Resort has to offer. The course has unique water features on its rolling, scenic greens. You'll have a perfect, memorable day of golf here before taking pleasure in the spa, heated pool, and whirlpool. There are also two restaurants on site to provide you with dining variety and a bar where you can enjoy one of your favorite beverages. The intimateness of the 69-room boutique-style resort is sure to make you comfortable throughout your stay.    
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