One thing San Diego has lots of is good golf. On Saturday, my brother-in-law and I joined up with two of his friends to play a round of golf at the municipal course on Coronado. Don't let the municipal part scare you; it is one of my top three all-time favorite golf courses. I didn't take any pictures (I always feel too rushed to pull out the camera), but here is a pic from the course's website that gives you an idea of how lovely this course really is:
The 18th hole is shown in the center foreground right below the clubhouse. As you can see, any errant shot off the tee that pulls to the right will put your ball into San Diego Bay. The bridge that is just visible on the right is the Coronado Bridge that stretches across the bay to connect Coronado with the city of San Diego. You play in the bridge's shadow during some of the early holes. The whole time I am playing this course at Coronado, I am always in awe that my green fee only cost me $35.
Although Coronado is a wonderful course, there is one more I like even better, and that is the Fall River Golf and Country Club in Fall River Mills, California, up in the northeast quadrant of the state. It is absolutely breathtaking, and over 7,000 yards long. In fact the photo of me golfing that you see in my profile was taken at the Fall River golf course. Here is another photo from their website:
Anyone who wishes to share their views, I have two questions for you:
1.) If you had to live in a city, what city would you choose?
2.) If you are a golfer, what is the best course (in your opinion) that you have ever played?
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