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TORREY PINES GOLF COURSE
Torrey Pines Golf Course sits on coastal cliffs that overlook the Pacific Ocean. It offers two picturesque and world-renown championship 18-hole golf courses, both providing stunning ocean views from many holes. The North Course is considered the easier of the two. Shorter than its brother, this course is more popular for the less-experienced golfer, but can be difficult for even the most advanced. The South Course was home to the 2008 U.S. Open Championship. It boasts not only dramatic coastline views, but also some of the most challenging golf in the country. When stretched to its maximum length this brute is the longest golf course played on the PGA Tour.
12:30 pm Depart Marriott Marquis San Diego | 2:00pm Play Starts
TODD JANUZZI The Paramount Group
ROBERT ENTIN Vornado Realty Trust
SOUTH COURSE | Cost: $250 Per Golfer
The North and South Courses were originally designed by William Bell Sr. and seen to completion by William Bell Jr. in 1957. In 2001, heralded golf course architect Rees Jones redesigned the South Course, bringing new life to the championship elements of an already challenging play. This course remains a sought-after destination for golf enthusiasts around the globe.
In 2016, the North Course underwent a $12.6 million improvement and redesign by noted golf course architect Tom Weiskopf. Featuring fewer bunkers and larger greens than before, the North Course has also switched the front nine holes with the back nine, making the famous ocean views prominent to golfers as finish their rounds.