Parks & Recreation
Torrey Pines has long been recognized as one of the nation's premier municipal golf facilities. Often referred to as a "golfer's paradise", the Championship North and South courses provide views of the Pacific Ocean to the west.
Fog, rain and wind often sweep the seaside courses, testing even the most seasoned players' skill.
The course takes its name from the indigenous Torrey Pine, which is native to this area and Santa Rosa Island. The tree is distinguished by having clusters of five pine needles.
Renowned for its championship play and panoramic setting, Torrey Pines is regarded as one of the world's top golf courses. Awards include:
|3/50||Golfweek Magazine's "America's Best Municipal Courses" Torrey Pines South Course 2009|
|13/50||Golfweek Magazine's "America's Best Municipal Courses" Torrey Pines North Course 2009|
|Zagat.com 2009 survey "America's Top Golf Courses." Most popular course rated extraordinary Torrey Pines North and South Courses 2009|
|Greenskeeper.org 2008 Best Playing Conditions San Diego County|
|13/15||Golfweek Magazine's "America's Best Public-Access Courses" for California, 2006|
|89/100||Golf Digest Magazine's "America's 100 Greatest Public-Access Golf Courses," 2005-2006|
|28/30||Golf Digest Magazine's "Top Rated Golf Courses for California," 2005-2006|
|60/100||Golf Magazine's "Top 100 Courses in the U.S.," 2005|
|9/15||Golfweek Magazine's "America's Best Public-Access Courses for California," 2005|
|13/100||Golf Magazine's "Top 100 Public-Access Golf Courses in America," 2004|
|67/100||Golf Magazine's "Top 100 Courses in the U.S.," 2003|
|17/100||Golf Magazine's "Top 100 Public-Access Courses," 2002|
|--||Travel + Leisure Magazine: "Rare Beauties, Nice Prices"|
|100||Golf Magazine's "America's Best Courses for $100 or Less," 2002|
|60/100||Golf Magazine's "Top 100 Public-Access Courses," 2000|
|--||Hole 12, Par 4: Golf Magazine's "Top 500 Holes in the World," 2000|
For general questions and media related requests, including interviews, film shoots and still photos, please email [email protected].
You can also visit the Official Torrey Pines Golf Course website.