Salt Creek Golf Club GK Certificate

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Expired product

18 Holes – Includes Cart

More Players = More Savings!

1 Player (single)  = $35  •  2 Players (twosome) = $65  • 4 Players (foursome) = $120

Subject to Terms Below:



  • The sale of this GK Certificate is final – No Refunds
  • 1 GK Certificate per Player
  • MondayFriday: Anytime; Saturday & Sunday: After 11:00am
  • Includes Cart – Based on Availability
  • Valid: Until February 28th, 2017.
  • Green Fees:  1 Players (single)  = $35 / 2 Players (twosome) = $65 / 4 Players (foursome) = $120
  • Must Call Golf Shop to Book. No Internet Bookings.
  • Must Redeem Coupon at Golf Shop at Check-In.
  • Cannot be used towards Group Play, League Play or Tournament Rounds.
  • Cannot be combined with any other offers.
  • Approved by: Armando Najera

GK Certificate

Salt Creek Golf Club Tee Time Special present their best deal for the Southern Californian golfer.  Check it out.  Great Golf.  Great Value.  And all because golf courses like Champions believe you, our GK Community, bring value to the golf industry.  For just $0.99 download this GK Certificate and take advantage of the savings.  Bring this certificate with you when you check in at the starter.  Check it out!

Salt Creek Golf Club Tee Time Special

Salt Creek Golf Club Chula Vista, CA Tee Time Special
Salt Creek Golf Club Chula Vista, CA Tee Time Special

Attention San Diegans!  We invite you to experience one of Southern California’s finest golf courses when you play Salt Creek Golf Club  All this is possible with our latest GK Coupon for Salt Creek Golf Club.

Awarded ‘Best Places to Play’ by Golf Digest and voted ‘Best Value Golf Course’ in San Diego, Salt Creek is located in South San Diego County, just minutes East of the South Bay Expressway (125).

Salt Creek Golf Club is nestled in the rolling foothills of the San Miguel Mountains; adjacent to a National Wildlife Refuge. Salt Creek is an award-winning links-style course designed to flow with the natural terrain of the land. This unique 18-hole golf course measures 6,829 yards from the back tees and 4,942 from the forward tees; catering to all skill levels. The generous fairways and large greens provide a demanding yet playable golf experience where you will likely hit all the clubs in your bag. The staff members of Salt Creek Golf Club are proud to offer you a terrific day of golf during your round, on the range, at the Pro Shop or in The Grill.

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Salt Creek Golf Club Tee Time Special

Salt Creek Golf Club Tee Time Special

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1 review for Salt Creek Golf Club GK Certificate

  1. Vic Flores

    From Member: 1PLUS1
    Joined fellow GKer “Abbacat” (thanks for a great afternoon Wendy) for a rare weekend round on Sunday and took advantage of the Salt Creek Coupon that’s available via the GK website. The $35.00 rate, including cart, for an 11:06 tee time represented a $20.00 savings over the San Diego County Resident rate and anything else offered through various online brokers. I used to frequent Salt Creek on a fairly regular basis when it first opened as it presented a breath of fresh air in comparison to what the rest of the local stable of courses had to offer. Similar to The Links at Summerly but laid out on a terraced, undulating plot of land, it’s links-style golf where the option to play the ball low is always in play, the dormant Bermuda fairways sometimes run forever, and, as a result, you may be penalized more often than rewarded for hitting a solid shot. Due to that fact, local knowledge is a plus and precision is in order when estimating how far a tee shot may roll out, particularly when hazards are in play off the tee. And the tilt of the fairway must also be taken into account when determining from what side you wish to approach the green. Case in point would be #16, where I’ve seen tee shots skirt the right rough yet come to rest on the opposite side of the 30-yard wide fairway, often times in the rough. It may not be to everyone’s liking but that factor certainly adds to Salt Creek’s challenge and uniqueness (sorry, couldn’t get myself to include the word “charm”). Course will play “fast” due to turf conditions and shorter than the card; played it all the way back at 6829 yards yet, for the most part, it was fairly benign. Salt Creek features a good variety of holes although there are a couple that will leave you scratching your head. At least three of the four Par-5s can be had in two shots by long hitters, as well as a shortish Par-4, yet there are a few holes where discretion off the tee is the correct play. What I find most appealing, however, are the Par-3s: four excellent holes that range from 163 to 224 yards from the Black Tees with some tight pin positions up for grabs. Go Even-Par for the day on this quartet and you’ve earned a well-deserved tip of the cap. As for current conditions, tee boxes were good although I did encounter a couple where the turf was soft and spongy, to the point where there didn’t seem to be any base underfoot. Par-3s were well maintained without any notable divot damage. Fairway turf was green and tight so precise ball-striking, particularly on short pitch shots, is required and not a scenario “scoopers” will feel comfortable with. Quite a few perimeter areas are worn down to bare dirt so things can get a bit ragged along the edges, noticeably surrounding the bunkers. There’s a water conservation process currently underway as certain spots have been filled in with mulch to reduce cost and maintenance. I assume the dirt areas in front of the tee boxes will receive the same treatment as the process continues, which should be much more pleasing to the eye compared to the current state of affairs. Greens were in very good condition and pretty fast, especially when putting from above the pin. Surfaces were firm, smooth, and rolled fairly true despite seeing the grain put some wobble on the ball from time to time. Although there was evidence of older ball marks that had not been repaired properly, I didn’t notice many that were “fresh” and neglected during Sunday’s play. Bunker sand is more like dirt, very firm but not hardpacked, yet still playable. With the many slopes that come into play on the greens, replacing the current sand mix with a high-grade, more player-friendly alternative would give people a better chance at hitting some nice recovery shots around the greens. And with regards to the rough, from what I could see, it was probably a couple of inches in length and not an issue at all. Pace-of-play was the only drawback to the round; teed off at 11:06 and finished exactly five hours later, playing as a twosome sandwiched between two groups of four. Despite a full tee sheet, which included a small tournament, there was neither a starter on the first tee nor an on-course marshal monitoring play. Realizing from the get-go that it was going to be a long day, we resigned ourselves to that fact and threw the clock out the window, which really helped keep us focused on the golf. As I mentioned at the top, the current GK Coupon Deal makes Salt Creek an excellent consideration for a late Saturday/Sunday morning round. I was pleased with the overall conditions and, to be honest, didn’t expect the greens to be as good as they were. Hopefully things will continue to remain positive. It’s been quite a few years since my last visit and the current ownership has done some nice things with the clubhouse area; the outdoor patio is a nice spot for an after-round drink (Karl Strauss Peanut Butter Cup on tap!) and some idle conversation. Playing here today may have rekindled my affinity for the course, such that I may throw it back into the rotation as summer approaches since it’s only a 25-30 minute drive from home and noticeably cooler than what I have to deal with in my neck of the woods.

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