Golf Course Overview
Willow Glen is a par 72 course with tight, narrow fairways and strategically placed bunkers. The Sweetwater River runs along this course, coming into play on several of the holes and providing challenging play as well as exquisite scenery. Willow Glen contains several dogleg holes and elevation changes that, in addition to numerous water crossings, make for a demanding round of golf. Originally opened in 1968, Willow Glen was redesigned in 1980 by Ted Robinson. Measuring 6,605 yards from the back tees, the course has a USGA slope of 129 and a USGA rating of 72.3. This course, too, offers three sets of tees for various abilities. From the back tees, Willow Glen measures 5,585 yards, has a slope of 127 and a rating of 72.5.
The Sycuan Resort and Casino, located in El Cajon, California, offers guests two championship golf courses that are consistently rated among the best public courses in San Diego County, and a challenging par 3 course. Spread out over lush mountain terrain, these courses not only afford guests a world-class golfing experience, but have also hosted a number of professional tournaments. Formerly known as Singing Hills Country Club, the golf facilities include the championship courses Oak Glen and Willow Glen, as well as the par 3 executive course, Pine Glen. Just minutes away from downtown San Diego, the courses were recently named the top courses by the San Diego Business Journal.