Come enjoy the views…and experience the golf at The Crossings at Carlsbad!

With beautiful Pacific Ocean to the West and foothills rising to the East, this 18-hole championship municipal golf course and event facility offers visitors a magnificent setting in a relaxed California Coastal environment.

Located in North San Diego County this course is named for the five bridges - or crossings - that were designed into the layout to meet existing environmental and topographic conditions. The Crossings at Carlsbad is nestled among the natural habitat and wildlife on more than 400 acres of Carlsbad's coastal terrain.

The Crossings also offers a 28,000-square-foot clubhouse complete with a golf shop, banquet facilities, a spacious fireplace-lit dining room, full-service kitchen and an outdoor deck with ocean views. The Canyons restaurant, located in the clubhouse, will serve breakfast and lunch daily.

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The Crossings, Carlsbad, Golf Course

The Crossings at Carlsbad is an 18-hole championship golf course, located in San Diego California, designed by Greg Nash, a nationally recognized course designer/architect.

The Crossings at Carlsbad, a 6,835 yard public golf course, features multiple options and terrain to challenge golfers of all skill levels.  The course and its design offer an array of features including:

  • Five separate teeing areas at each hole, allowing golfers to determine not only the length of the hole but also the manner in which they play it. (view scorecard)
  • Generous fairways and large greens with numerous pin placement options
  • State-of-the-art amenities 
  • Electric golf carts for transportation along the seven-mile cart path that meanders about the course

While the predominant theme of the course design was to preserve the existing habitats and expansive City Trail System, TCAC golf course offers an aesthetically pleasing, yet challenging and fun experience. Players will remember each hole for its individual design characteristics, encouraging repeat play.

August 23, 2012
Chris Williams - 63