We asked a few of San Diego’s golf courses to snap a photo from their favorite tee at 5:00 PM Pacific time on Wednesday February 27th, 2013. Check out the what they came up with and hear from the experts why these are their favorite tee shots on the course.
“Wood or driver? This hole sets the tone in a truly unique canyon setting. Better players will position the shot near the 150 yard marker to leave a mid to short iron shot in the green.” - Bill O’Brien, General Manager
“5:00 pm on the nose from the tee box of #7 North Course. It’s an uphill 399 Par 4 with the most incredible view looking back towards the coastline bluffs and La Jolla Cove. I can’t rave about the golf swing of this particular golfer but the views are endless from this location.” - Lew Millburn, Golf Course Manager
“I love teeing off on Mission #3 because it makes me feel like I’m on center stage. It can be a humbling experience for golfers if they can’t navigate this scenic par 4 over the water correctly. One bad swing and it becomes the hardest hole on the course!” – Brendan Cronin, Assistant General Manager
“I selected hole number four of Willow Glen because it is our signature hole. It captures the essence of our resort because of the terrain and seclusion of the property. From the tee you are required to hit an accurate shot to a fairway below. Big hitters can go for the risk reward and attempt to drive the green. It requires an accurate shot to a green complex that is protected by water and sand traps.” – Clinton Higgins, Director of Golf – PGA
“My favorite hole at RBI is 18, because it’s a challenging Par 5 with multiple water hazards and a great view of the resort and water fountain. The best part about the 18th hole is that you’re one step closer to the 19th hole! Cheers!” – Lana Ybarra, Marketing Manager.
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