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Maintenance Updates

About Torrey Pines Annual Golf Course Maintenance

In the Spring and Fall of each year, Torrey Pines will close briefly to conduct important maintenance to keep both North and South courses in world-class conditions. Maintenance includes:

Aerification

Each golf course must undergo a biannual aerification process in which small holes are inserted into each playing surface in order to maintain the continued health of the turfgrass.

Overseeding

To maintain world-class conditioning throughout the winter months at Torrey Pines, both golf courses undergo a wall-to-wall process of installing perennial ryegrass seed across all tee boxes, fairways, roughs and approaches. This process involves drying down the summer grasses for a period of two to three weeks prior to the overseeding date. 

Players can expect the surfaces to appear brown in color, yet play firm and fast during this period. Cart-path-only rules are in effect through the overseeding process until further notice.

2022 Golf Course Maintenance Updates

March 29 - 30 South Course Closed (Spring Aerification)
May 17 - 18 North Course Closed (Spring Aerification)
Aug. 16 - 17 North Course Closed (Green Aerification) 
Sept. 27 - 29 North Course Closed (Fall Overseed)
Oct. 18 - 20 South Course Closed (Fall Overseed and Aerification)