Best Golf Courses
The Loma Club, San Diego, CA
Dating back to the early 1900s, The Loma Club was originally part of the historic San Diego Country Club, which merged with A.G. Spalding’s Point Loma Golf Club in 1914 to create a San Diego landmark that has been in existence for over a century.
Now The Loma Club stands as a gathering point for the local community and San Diego visitors to hangout, and have a good time. With great drinks and a delicious food menu, you don’t need to be a golfer to enjoy the wonderful space.
Wild Dunes Harbor Course, Island of Palm, SC
Designed by Tom Fazio, the Harbor Golf Course is known for its challenging design and beautiful views, and most of all, water. From lagoons and salt marshes to the Intracoastal Waterway, this varied golf course in Charleston, South Carolina will test all aspects of your game.
The Highlands Golf Course, Sarasota, FL
The Highlands is a picturesque and challenging par 72 championship course that has only recently been open to limited public play. The Highlands golf course features generous greens and tree lined fairways that reward the well played shot. Play among the mature oaks and massive pines while enjoying The Highlands unique blend of old-Florida style golfing mixed with modern technology. You can now experience the only course in the area with GPS Mobile equipped golf carts that give you a 3D image of the hole with onboard yard information to help you take your game to the next level.