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California Golf Courses, Clubs and Golfing
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California golfing is some of the most enjoyable and challenging golf in the world. Featured above is Torrey Pines Golf Course, one of California's spectacular golf clubs located in a golf resort atmosphere (read about it below). Great golf begins with the spectacular course layouts, pristine greens and unparalleled weather you'll not find even in Hawaii or the East Coast. Less humidity, less bugs and mosquitoes and plenty of sunshine make California golf the place to challenge your skills. Hundreds of golf courses and clubs make up the California landscape. Some are community courses with affordable fees that many a young boy or girl golfer can cut his or her teeth on. It's never too early or late to learn how to play golf. Most courses in California feature pros on site who can teach you how to play or help you hone your skills in this challenging game that will serve you as a great form of recreation throughout your life. Below are a few of the hundreds of courses available in California. Do you need a place to stay when playing golf? Be sure to check out the golf hotels and resorts list to the left for golf courses on or near California resorts and hotels!
 

Torrey Pine
Golf Course
Orange County Golf
Courses and Clubs
Carmel Valley Ranch
Resort
Morro Bay Golf Course
 
Trump National
Golf Club
 
 
Pebble Beach
Golf Links
 
California Golf
Hotels & Resorts
San Luis Obispo County
Golf
Courses
Spyglass Hill
Golf Course
Big Bear
Golf Course
La Purisima
Golf Course
Quail Lodge Golf
Resort Carmel
Coronado Golf Course
   
 

For those seeking exciting course play, you donn't have to be wealthy to enjoy some spectacular golf courses in California. Take for instance, the Torrey Pines Golf Course shown above. This municipal course features a world class course design overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Yet the fees are quite affordable for the quality of course. Like many great golf courses and clubs, however, you will need to book a tee time ahead of your visit.