Sunday, November 12, 2017

Golfing the Point Loma Club

Occasionally I have the opportunity to get out and golf a few holes. Located at a Marina a few miles away The Loma Club offers the closest opportunity to enjoy golfing for a few hours and then get back to business. It is one of the older golf courses in the city and was once attached to the local naval base. Today the club is open to the public.

It is very short with most holes a par 3. This means that total golfing time on foot is somewhere around an hour and half. There really is no need to use a wood on this course if you don't want to.

The club house is conveniently located in Liberty Station. Hosting bands, dancing, drinks, and food it seems to fit well with the once wealthy "to do" that were members.

The patio is also huge with plenty of places to sit and enjoy. You can find people lounging around at nearly all times of the day.

Once inside you will also notice places where they have games, pool tables, and other fun activities. So there is plenty to do for those who want a "Hunt Club" sort of view.

What I like about this place is that it has a solid servicescape, history, convenient location, relaxed atmosphere with reasonable pricing.  While the course may be short the place offers a lot of charm.

 As far as my golf swing is, well still terrible. It has a been a little while since I have hit the clubs. Yet I got a little better toward the end. It seems I needed a little practice.

2960 Truxtun Rd, San Diego, CA 92106

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