Torrey Pines South Golf Course
The Torrey Pines South Course is the more challenging of the two and is the host of the 2008 & 2021 U.S. Open Championships. The South course were originally designed by William Bell, Sr. in 1957 and are home of the Farmers Insurance Open PGA Golf Tournament (along with the North Course). In 2001, Torrey Pines South Course was renovated and redesigned by Rees Jones. The renovation and redesign made Torrey Pines South longer and more difficult. The South’s teeing areas extend the length of this course to up to 7,600 yards. Golfers must also deal with the distractive view of hang-gliders and para-gliders, soaring and hovering at the edge of the cliffs on the south end of the course.