#GolfVette Stop No. 10: The Crossings at Carlsbad; Carlsbad, California


Some folks use the word “muni” to imply simple or basic — not always the case. Sure, there are some goat-track municipals out there, but then again, some of America’s best golf courses are “munis”. Hosts to major championships, there’s Bethpage State Park in New York, home of the challenging Bethpage Black Golf Course, Torey Pines in San Diego and not quite in that company, but almost is this one in Carlsbad, California — The Crossings at Carlsbad.

One thing we’ll remember about The Crossings at Carlsbad in five years?
Opened in 2007 and not far from Callaway and Taylor Made headquarters is this up and down sloping beauty of a golf course. Other than a heavy dose of power lines — the canyon and ocean views are spectacular. Like a resort, this golf course has partnered with local hotels Shereton, Hilton, Marriott and others to offer a stay and play package that ranges between $120 and $200 a night.

Favorite hole?
A quality par 3 almost 200-yards coming down the stretch.

6.5 out of 10

The Crossings at Carlsbad was a $70 million investment in 2007, but can you really put a value on cold beers after the round on the patio overlooking So Cal canyons and the Pacific Ocean?

The Crossings at Carlsbad 5800 The Crossings Drive Carlsbad, California 92008; thecrossingsatcarlsbad.com

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Andrew Wood

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Andrew Wood is an English golf writer, magazine publisher and CEO of Legendary Marketing a Tampa area ad agency. Author of over 4O books including; The Golf Marketing Bible, The Hotel and Resort Marketing Bible, Fame – How to Build an Iconic Personal Brand and Life Well Lived.

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