This public, oceanside par-72 golf course is like playing two different courses: The first 9 holes, built in 1930, are set along the dramatic coastline, while the back 9 holes, added in 1966, head toward the mountains. It’s a fun course that probably won’t challenge your handicap. The one hazard here is the wind, which can rip off the ocean and play havoc with your ball. The only hole that can raise your blood pressure is the 511-yard, par-5 4th hole, which is very narrow and very long. Facilities include a snack bar, lighted driving range, practice greens, club rentals, and a clubhouse. Because this is a public course, the greens fees are low—but getting a tee time is tough.