The Torrey Pines North Course was newly Renovated in 2016 by Tom Weiskopf. It is the host of the PGA Tour’s Farmers Insurance Open (along with the South Course). The North Course is shorter and less expensive than its brother. For many, it is more scenic than the South, having more picture-perfect opportunities along the track. The North Course is more popular for the less-experienced golfer but will still put up a good fight for the better ones. The North is bordered on its north end by the Torrey Pines State Reserve.

North Course Hole 17

North Course Layout and Local Rules

North Pin Sheet

  • Primary Grasses:
    • Tees: Kikuyu overseeded with Rye.
    • Fairways: Kikuyu overseeded with Rye.
    • Greens: Bentgrass with Poa Annua.
  • Terrain: Slope rolling, flat.
  • Average Tee Size: 6,500 sq.ft.
  • Average Green Size: 4,500 sq.ft.
  • Rounds per Year: 92,000.
  • Acres of Fairway: 29.
  • Acres of Rough: 63.
  • Sand bunkers: 61.
  • Water Hazards: 2.
  • Soil Conditions: Clay.
  • Green Soil Mix: Push up
  • Cut For Tournament Play: Tees & Fairways 7/16 inch; Greens 1/8 inch (9.5 feet stimpmeter); Rough 3.5 inches.
  • Wildlife on the Course:Coyote, Bobcat, Raccoon, Snakes, Rodents, Hawk, Possum, Squirrel, Fox, Mule Deer, Raven, Red-tail Hawk, Great Blue Herron, Snowy Egret, Rabbits.
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