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14455 Penasquitos Dr
San Diego, CA  92129-1603
United States
P: (858) 485-4145
F: (858) 672-3318
Doubletree Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,500 yards | 123 slope

70.7 rating | Bermuda grass

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Doubletree Golf Course

The 18-hole "Doubletree" course at the Doubletree Golf Resort facility in San Diego, California features 6,500 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 70.7 and it has a slope rating of 123 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Jack Duray, the Doubletree golf course opened in 1966. Century Golf Partners / Arnold Palmer Golf Management manages this facility, with Allen Balone as the Golf Professional.


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Reviewed July 19, 2012

Reviewed July 19, 2012

Reviewed June 11, 2011

Played Doubletree for the first time today. I have several issues: 1. Yardage markings. I frequently play the local Military courses and they all have Red, White and Blue markers that are about four inches square and stand up about three feet. Having yardage markers on the cart paths are fine, but I play from the fairways. And on almost every hole we had to search for the sprinkler heads. It's a simple solution and if you're not going to have gps in the carts, then you need to do something like visible markers to help speed up play. 2. I think it's the sixth hole - has a pond that is just stagnant water and it really stinks. That thing needs to be eliminated. I think I even realized that birds were not landing in it - it's that bad. That whole area stunk. 3. I did not see a course marshall all day? It would have been nice to get a water refill. 4. The refreshment cart did not come by until we were well into the back nine. 5. The greens - the consistency was to expect for your ball to do what you don't expect it to do (does that make sense?) One uphill putt doesn't make it, the next goes roaring by. I'm not the best putter, but after getting used to several greens, they should all be somewhat predictable. Oh, and they all drain towards the freeway. 6. I liked the elevation changes and almost (if not every) lie was playable (that part was better than the military courses). 7. Yes, there's lots of sand traps! Overall it was ok and I can now say that I've played it but I'm not excited to go again. And for my money I'd expect for the carts to at least have GPS.

Reviewed July 28, 2010

Reviewed April 11, 2010

Decent course in the morning but afternoon plays too slow. A couple of holes along the freeway cause some concern about RH draw. Extra charge for the chipping greens and there isn't a warm up range, just nets.

Reviewed August 20, 2008

I played here for the first time 3 weeks ago. I was staying at the hotel and was in San Diego for business. The course is very nice, the staff was excellent. My only complaint / suggestion is the hotel & the golf course needs to operate as one. The hotel runs the bar & restaurant and is not affiliated with the golf course. I find this very odd. You can't get an "eye opener" until 11:00, beer girl was not available until the 16th hole, which for our group that was 11:30. I will say she was a looker.The hotel needs to open the bar at the same time as the first scheduled tee time. I am not the only golfer that was expressing this complaint. I am by no means an alcoholic, but I do have a drinking problem, when I don't have a drink in my hand, I have a problem.

Reviewed June 01, 2008

Reviewed March 31, 2007

From a value standpoint you can't beat

the Doubletree. It has some interesting terrain which adds to the element of difficulty. The staff is very helpful & courteous. My only complaint is their idea of a driving range. You will get the best bang for your buck when you play here. Get on their e-mail subscriber list and the value gets that much better.


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  • Latest Scores
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Sung C. 14 39 25 05/07/10
2 christopher P. 19 45 26 08/24/11
3 Jenlung S. 27 90 63 07/05/09
4 Daman M. 25 92 67 06/08/08
5 Ben T. 25 94 69 11/23/08
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About Doubletree Golf Resort

Doubletree Golf Resort

Resort facility

Managed by Century Golf Partners / Arnold Palmer Golf Management

18 regulation holes

Awards at Doubletree Golf Resort

No recent major awards have been noted.

Tournaments of Doubletree Golf Resort

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Course Staff

Allen Balone, Golf Professional
Mike Estrada, Superintendent

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