San Diego Golf Courses Affected By 2007 Wild Fires

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2007 San Diego Wild Fires - Golf Course Conditions

 

ALL Golf Courses in San Diego County are OPEN

San Diego's hotels, attractions and golf courses have mostly been unaffected by the fires. Almost every golf course in San Diego is OPEN.

See San Diego Golf Course Listing Below.

There has been no reported damage to any San Diego County golf course. If you are looking to help San Diego recover from these tragic fires please come out and play on our beautiful golf courses and help San Diegans and our hospitality industry businesses (golf courses, hotels, restaurants and attractions) get back to a normal work routine and lifestyle.

MOST of San Diego's golf courses are open and the few that are closed are projecting to be OPEN and fully operational by this Thursday or Friday Oct. 25 + 26.

The San Diego Golf Call Center is located on the coast in the La Jolla area of San Diego and we have been unaffected by the fires.

Our service is COMPLIMENTARY and WE ARE OPEN and available to help you:

  • with information about the open or closed status of San Diego golf courses
  • make tee time reservations
  • cancel tee time reservations
  • find and rescheduled tee times, tournaments and corporate golf events from closed courses to open courses

Here is the status of our our Partner Golf Courses as of the date listed. Check back periodically or...

Call our Call Center 866-701-4653 (858-964-5980 Local) for the latest information:

Course Date Current Status (Subject To Change at Any Time)
Arrowood 10/29 OPEN
Aviara 10/29 OPEN
Balboa Park 10/29 OPEN
Carlton Oaks 10/29 OPEN
Carmel Mt Ranch 10/29 OPEN
Cross Creek 10/29 OPEN
Eaglecrest 10/29 OPEN
Eastlake 10/29 OPEN
Encinitas Ranch 10/29 OPEN
La Costa 10/29 OPEN
Maderas 10/29 OPEN
Mission Bay 10/29 OPEN
Mt Woodson 10/29 OPEN
Pala Mesa 10/29 OPEN
Rancho Bernardo 10/29 OPEN
Oaks North 10/29 OPEN
Reidy Creek 10/29 OPEN
Riverwalk 10/29 OPEN
Salt Creek 10/29 OPEN
Steele Canyon 10/29 OPEN
Sycuan Resort 10/29 OPEN
Temecula Creek 10/29 OPEN
Torrey Pines 10/29 OPEN
Twin Oaks 10/29 OPEN
Vineyard 10/29 OPEN
Welk Resort 10/29 OPEN
Woods Valley 10/29 OPEN

 

You've seen the tragic fire-storm situation here in San Diego on T.V. and in the newspapers and the incredible loss of property. That's the bad news. The good news can also be seen in the incredible effort the San Diegans and San Diego businesses have been doing to stabilize the situation and get our lives and businesses back "to business as usual."

Of course...everyone's personal safety is the priority at the moment, however, when these fires are hopefully put out in the next day or two the priority will quickly shift to getting San Diego's hotels, attractions and golf courses open for business and back to normal as soon as possible.

If you were scheduled to visit San Diego on business or leisure over the next two weeks. PLEASE DO NOT CANCEL YOUR TRIP. You will be safe and we will ensure your stay meets all your expectations. San Diego is not as bad as what is being shown on TV and San Diego needs your visit and business to help recover from this terrible situation.

Again...San Diego's golf courses, hotels, restaurants and attractions have been mostly unaffected by these fires. Additional information and an up-to-date status of these attractions as well as other San Diego Hospitality Industry news and updates can be found on the document.write(''); website. document.write('');