Oak Glen at Sycuan Golf Resort in El Cajon still sports a very traditional vibe
EL CAJON, Calif. -- The Oak Glen Course at Sycuan Golf Resort is one of the facility's three 18-hole courses. Located just northeast of downtown San Diego, the resort is set on 425 acres in a valley and was formerly Singing Hills Country Club before the Sycuan tribe acquired the land.
The golf course originally opened in 1956 but was redesigned by both Ted Robinson Sr. in 1980 and Dave Fleming in 1991. Oak Glen still takes on a very traditional vibe, however, playing less than 6,700 yards, and features narrow, dog-legging fairways lined with trees. The course features a number of water hazards, including a stream that runs through the center of the property and comes into play often.
Oak Glen plays adjacent to Willow Glen, considered by many as the headlining course at Sycuan Golf Resort. Also on site is an 18-hole executive golf course, Pine Glen, as well as a driving range, practice holes and a golf academy.
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