Singing Hills Golf Resort at Sycuan
San Diego, USA
The Singing Hills Golf Resort at Sycuan in San Diego is a tranquil golfing retreat just 30-minutes east of downtown San Diego, where the hills sing as you unwind in the serene Dehesa Valley. Each of the 100 guest rooms are sure to keep you comfortable during your stay, if not the relaxing Primrose Spa. They even have a casino just 5-minutes away.
What golf courses are onsite?
There are three golf courses on-site. The Willow Glen Course is the resort’s challenging, championship golf course, where the Sweetwater River comes into play. The Oak Glen Course is another 18-hole course that boasts tight fairways and tricky rolling greens, and the 18-hole Pine Glen par-3 course is perfect for fine-tuning your game.
What accommodation is there at Singing Hills Golf Resort?
Singing Hills Resort has 100 well-appointed, comfortable, and spacious rooms overlooking the three onsite golf courses, pools, and private putting greens. The accommodations and amenities are all you would expect from a first-class destination resort.
Restaurant & Bars at Singing Hills Golf Resort
Red Tail Grill offers scenic views of the golf courses from both the indoor and outdoor seating. The décor is inspired by the Americana heritage of the destination and the picturesque setting of the resort known as “Emerald of the Valley”. On the menu, you’ll find a wide variety, from sharing plates to sandwiches and steak. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are available at Red Tail Grill.
Echo’s Lounge offers an appetizer menu and a wide variety of drinks, perfect as you come off the course, or for an evening get together with friends and family.
Just 3 miles from the resort is the Sycuan Casino Resort where guests of Singing Hills are welcome to enjoy a variety of dining options including Bull and Bourbon, Rank & File or The UnCommons food court featuring Luna Grill, Phil’s BBQ, Hangry Slice, Hodad’s, and Lucha Libre!
Spa & Leisure at Singing Hills Golf Resort
Singing Hills Golf Resort’s Primrose Spa offers a full menu of massages, facials, and body treatments, with licensed professional therapists on hand to ensure your experience is exactly what you require.
Adjacent to the Primrose Spa is the Singing Hills fitness center. Cardio equipment, free weights, and weight machines are all available to help you stay in shape during your stay.
Where is the resort located?
Singing Hills Golf Resort is located 20 miles to the east of downtown San Diego.
What else is there to do?
54 holes of golf, Primrose Spa and the fitness center are all on-site, plus there is the Sycuan Casino Resort just 5 minutes away. Guests of Singing Hills are very welcome to visit the casino and there is a complimentary shuttle service running throughout the day.
Where to go post-round?
Echo’s Lounge is the place for a post-round drink and a bite to eat.
Did you know?
Singing Hills Golf Resort is the only resort in San Diego that has three 18-hole courses on property.
What is the signature hole at Singing Hills Golf Resort?
The 4th hole on the Willow Glen course is considered the signature. From an elevated tee box, you play downhill to a green surrounded by water. Look out for the par-3 12th, another great test on the Willow Glen course featuring a large pond, water, and rock formations.
Golf courses at Singing Hills Golf Resort at Sycuan
Oak Glen Course
Oak Glen is a gorgeous par-72 course that boasts tight fairways, tricky rolling greens, and difficult hazards all set among mature, landscaped surroundings. Oak Glen was redesigned by Ted Robinson in 1980 and by Dave Fleming in 1991. The Sweetwater River runs through the course so get ready to cross the river with an accurate drive on the beautiful yet treacherous 5th hole — one of the best golf holes in San Diego.
Willow Glen Course
Willow Glen was redesigned by Ted Robinson in 1980, with demanding narrow fairways and strategically placed bunkers. Sweetwater River runs along the course and comes into play on many holes, providing dramatic scenery and difficult shots. This par-72, 6,654-yard layout contains several dogleg holes, elevation changes, and water crossings. The 4th hole on the Willow Glen course is considered the signature. From an elevated tee box, you play downhill to a green surrounded by water.