Best Golf Resorts In California
THE INN AT PASATIEMPO
Charming lodging with a retro 1950s facade, across the road from the front nine of one of Alister MacKenzie's finest designs, ranked 106th in America.
Credit: Stephen Szurlej
LA QUINTA RESORT & CLUB
Now a Waldorf Astoria resort, offering tee times at five challenging golf courses, three by Pete Dye, one by Jack Nicklaus (pictured) and one by Greg Norman.
Photo: Waldorf Astoria
THE LODGE AT TORREY PINES
Thrilling setting overlooking the Pacific. Torrey's South Course was the site of Tiger Woods' dramatic U.S. Open win in 2008.
OJAI VALLEY INN & SPA
If relaxing golf and a spa treatment aren't enough, there's an artist-in-residence at the Artist Cottage who will assist in anything from water colors to mixed media, even origami.
Aidan Bradley/Courtesy of Ojai Valley Inn & Spa
OMNI LA COSTA RESORT & SPA
Luxury accommodations, plus recent renovations to the resort's two championship golf courses, and La Costa's golf performance institute, make the Carlsbad resort one of the finest in California. More Information
PEBBLE BEACH RESORTS/INN AT SPANISH BAY
The Monterey Peninsula has long been the finest meeting of land and sea. There's access to four resort-owned courses (Pebble Beach, Spanish Bay, Spyglass Hill and Del Monte), plus others.
Home of the PGA Tour's American Express event, PGA West's Stadium course is the most well-known, but the facility has six courses in all—three of which are available to resort guests.
THE RESORT AT PELICAN HILL
Mediterranean-inspired bungalows and villas overlook portions of two Tom Fazio-designed layouts with the panoramic Pacific beyond. Superb cuisine.
A former PGA Tour stop, CordeValle's Robert Trent Jones Jr.-designed 18 was the site of the 2016 U.S. Women's Open.
Courtesy of Rosewood Cordevalle
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