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I was visiting San Diego for the weekend and decided to play 18 holes of disc golf. I woke up early and made my way to the course. I figured I'd have the place to myself at 6:30 AM, however there were already several people...More
The hiking trails aren't taxing, but they are hiking trails, right in the
Middle of the city, so relax and enjoy them!
Beautiful views abound here, not to mention lots of tennis courts and a huge public swimming pool.
Wow, what a find! This truly is an unbelievable tennis area. We did the drop in fee ($10.00 p.p. for the entire day/$8.00 for seniors). We were immediately given a court to play singles on and then went to the challenge court (there were 2...More
This is a tennis player's dream club. 25 professional quality hard courts with top notch lighting, including a stadium court that probably seats 500 fans. All for around $300 a year. That includes being able to reserve courts a week in advance. oleen, the manager...More
Morley Field has everything.... from tons of open spaces and picnic spots, tennis courts, pool, dog park, velodrome, golf courses, bike trails, lawn bowling, and bocce courts, handball and one of the oldest disc golf courses in the US. And true gem in the middle...More
Located at Texas and Upas Streets in the northeast corner of Balboa Park, this complex offers a vast array of sporting opportunities from tennis, swimming and archery to disc golf, bocci ball and velodrome cycling. It includes four athletic fields (one lighted), a two-mile jogging...More
We took a group of teens to the Morley field disc golf course this week, and while the course is nice enough, it has some rather unpleasant issues that diminish its comfort, such as people smoking joints openly on the course and discarded condoms hanging...More
This course is supposedly one of the most played courses in the world, I wouldn't doubt it. There are always a ton of people whenever I visit (mid-morning/early afternoon) but things tend to move rather quickly. Every Monday they change where the holes are located...More