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National City Golf Course Scorecard

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Hole #1

The opening hole at National City Golf Course is a short dogleg left that offers a quick test right off the bat. With a narrow fairway and a tucked, back-to-front sloping green, this hole is a tough opener. Par is a good score here.

Hole #2

The only par 5 on the golf course is 505 yards and slightly uphill. With a creek to the right and a lateral hazard to the left, this straight but narrow hole tests every shot. The approach into the green is elevated to a small green, making distance control a priority.

Hole #3

This uphill par 4 is only 250 yards but it can make or break a round. With out-of-bounds to the left and a sloping fairway, placement off the tee is crucial to success. The approach to the green is elevated and guarded by two bunkers along the right side.

Hole #4

This short and slightly doglegged hole is the easiest of the par 4’s. At just 240 yards, it is a drivable hole, but peril awaits the missed tee shot, with out-of-bounds to the right of the green. A long iron off the tee is the best bet to make birdie, as it will usually leave you with a short chip to a relatively flat green, guarded by two large bunkers.

Hole #5

This short par 3 is guarded by bunkers in the front and behind the wide but shallow green. The prevailing wind effects distance and club selection. Hitting the green offers you a good attempt at birdie.

Hole #6

A tough par 3 that plays longer than the yardage. A right to left wind will effect even the best tee shots and the small green makes this hole more difficult than expected. A long bunker along the right side of the green offers further protection, making this par 3 the toughest on the golf course.

Hole #7

The longest par 4 on the golf course is also the toughest; with an elevated tee shot over a barranca, Hole 7 will test the golfer as you aim for a narrow fairway with out-of-bounds to the left. Approach shots into an elevated, long green are often short as this hole plays longer than its yardage and slightly into the wind.

Hole #8

Although this hole is a relatively short par 4, Hole 8 offers an interesting challenge off the tee. A large tree line about 150 yards off the tee forces a carried shot into a fairway that has a lateral hazard to the right. The narrow green is guarded by the sloping hillside along the left side and a bunker along the right.

Hole #9

The shortest hole on the golf course has provided many hole-in-ones and even two by the same person on the same day, playing the course twice! At just 110 yards, this par 3 can be a bit tough to judge due to the elevated tee box, small green, and hillside all along the left side of the hole. This is a fun finishing hole that could make for a most memorable round with a little luck and the right bounce.
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Located a convenient distance from downtown San Diego and locally known as the hidden gem of National City, National City Golf Course is the perfect 9-hole Bonita golf course for beginning golfers as well as advanced players looking to perfect shot-making skills and enjoy a different course layout from other San Diego golf courses. With one par five, 5 par fours, and three par 3's, National City golf course allows you to use every club in the bag, while being accessible enough for younger players and the casual golfer. The facilities also include a night-lit driving range, a 5,000 sq. ft. putting green, and a snack bar and clubhouse that serve both breakfast and lunch daily.