Tecolote Canyon Footgolf Course
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2755 Snead Ave, San Diego, CA 92111
Narrow fairways and creek in play
Elevated tee boxes make for booming drives
The trickiest course in the county
The footgolf course at Tecolote Canyon golf course provides a different kind of challenge compared to the other courses in town. It’s a full 18-hole golf course, in a narrow canyon split down the middle by a creek. This geography makes it the most beautiful footgolf course, but also the most challenging, with its sloping fairways and water constantly in play. It’s also the longest course to walk.
The first tee box presents you with a fantastic opportunity to see what the course can play like. It’s an elevated tee with a view of the course and the hole down below. A bunker and cart path is in play for this short par 3, but it’s definitely one of our favorite holes around. Starting at Hole 3, the creek is in play to the left for the next several holes. Holes 3-4 are fairly similar in that they have elevated tee boxes and the footgolf hole near the golf green. The first par 5 is on Hole 5, a long 240-yard hole with the cup sitting on top of a little ridge that makes for a challenging putt. Hole 8 is a dogleg left par 3 with a fast fairway and a great birdie opportunity.
Starting at Hole 11 you head back down the canyon towards the clubhouse. This hole offers a tough tee shot, as ice plant is all around the tee box, waiting to swallow up your ball. Cross the bridge to Hole 12, a par 4 with a tricky hole placement that may lead to a 3 putt. The next few holes offer fun elevated tee shots, and a good roll will have you in birdie range.
Hole 15 has quickly gained the reputation as one of the toughest in the county. The distance is not far, just 135 yards, but you quickly see why it’s a par 5. The hole is uphill to the right, but you are situated on an extremely sloped fairway that sucks your ball down to the creek on the left. If you stay dry, you are left with a literal mountain to climb for your next kick. Most players would happy to get away with par on this beast.
After a chance for a hole in one on Hole 17, you come to the last hole. Situated below the club house, the pin on Hole 18 is set in a generous bowl straight ahead from the tee box. It is a hole that you can eagle with two well-placed shots and a little luck. Just don’t go to the right because there is a menacing bunker.