"The Most Important Shot In Golf Is The Next One"
Maderas Golf Club offers beauty and challenge as it winds through the cliffs, rock outcroppings, creeks, and forests of the inland hill country of north San Diego. Golf in San Diego has never been better, step onto the first tee and enjoy the courses three lakes, five waterfalls, and over forty acres of native wildflowers. Maderas Golf Club is the number one golf course in San Diego for a reason, experience it for yourself.
Position your shot around the 150 yard marker to leave a
mid to short iron into the green.
Players should favor the right side of the fairway in order to avoid the hazard to the left. Take an extra club on your approach shot.
On your second shot, lay back of the creek safely leaving a short iron approach.
Hole is playing up so make sure you take an extra club to clear the hazard.
A hazard runs along the left side of the fairway. Consider using a long iron or fairway metal off the tee for accuracy.
Don’t be intimidated by the large oak to the left of the green. Balls landing past the tree will land safely on the green.
Choose your club wisely as the tee shot requires a force carry over a hazard.
The fairway is a must here. Most will use a fairway metal or long iron off the tee. A lofted club for your second shot over the tree will leave you with a short iron to the green.
This slight downhill tee shot requires accuracy as you will find water to the left and through the fairway. The 150 yard marker is ideal for a short iron to the green.
A well struck shot should be placed 100 to 150 yards from the green. Green slopes from front to back. Avoid deep greenside bunker.
A tee shot down the right side will roll to the left into the various collection areas. Green slopes from back to front.
Balls driven down the left side will funnel towards the center of the fairway. A large ridge runs through the center of the green.
The tee shot will land on an uphill slope, reducing the amount of roll. Aim for the center of the green for your second shot.
Use caution when hitting your second with a fairway metal or long iron as the ravine can approach quickly. Play an extra club for your third shot as it is uphill.
Try and keep your ball below the hole. Errant shots to the right will release down the hill towards the green.
A creek runs the entire length of the left side, crossing the fairway at 150 yard marker. Your approach shot should favor the left side as it will funnel towards the center of the green.
Club down as the hole plays less than the actual yardage. Pay attention to the swirling wind on this hole.
After a 200 yard carry over the ravine, the fairway slopes from left to right .A fairway metal or long iron second shot will clear the corner and leave players with a short iron to the green.
Golf Club Rentals
Play the Latest from Callaway
Maderas Golf Club has partnered with Callaway to give you access to premium Callaway Golf products. Enhance your experience by using Callaway Golf products in Rental Sets that offer the latest golf technology to help your game.
- Fairway woods
- Iron set
- Odyssey putter
This gives you the opportunity to demo the latest technology on the golf course and a selection throughout the bag for all distances. Most consumers’ golf bags consist of product that is 4 years old or more; here is the opportunity to demo the latest offerings.
RENTAL SET OPTIONS AVAILABLE BASED ON PLAYER'S ABILITY
- Lower handicaps
- Game enjoyment
Included with your rental is a valuables pouch with 6 Supersoft Golf Balls.
These premium Callaway golf balls are provided as part of the package providing an additional value and convenience.
Club Rental Price $85
If you want to play Maderas, take a cart. If you want to experience Maderas, take a caddy. Forecaddie price is $200, with a booking fee of $25. Key duties include spotting tee shots, reading putts, yardages, bunker ranking, and most importantly – you're guaranteed to have a great time.
Good for up to 4 players.
Gratuity is extra ($25 per person is the minimum*).
Want to do it like the pros and experience an “inside the ropes” feeling? A professional caddy will carry your clubs for $125. Gratuity is extra.
Accompanies groups of 2 – 4 golfers. Basic duties include detailed course knowledge, spotting tee shots, finding golf balls, reading putts and gathering distances.
Maintenance is offered in terms of bunker raking, divot repair, pitch mark repair and golf ball and club cleaning.
Forecaddie – $200 for 2-4 players. Gratuity extra
Single Player Caddie – $125 for one bag. Gratuity extra
Give us at least 24 hours to arrange your experience.
Take your Game to the Next Level with a PGA Professional
$80 per half-hour / $40 per half-hour juniors
Playing Lessons - 9 Hole $200
Uri Jimenez, PGA
Head Golf Professional
James Cassidy, PGA
Jason Timlin, PGA