St. Mark Golf Course
|Gold (W)||72||5663 yards||68.0||122|
|Red (W)||72||5480 yards||72.1||127|
|Blue M: 71.0/126||310||394||208||447||343||163||487||359||343||3054||460||174||606||167||369||466||412||210||480||3344||6398|
|White M: 70.0/123 W: 76.3/137||300||375||195||427||324||148||478||340||331||2918||438||156||597||156||364||463||403||186||465||3228||6146|
|Gold M: 67.6/117 W: 73.5/132||300||296||165||349||300||135||462||325||321||2653||408||140||502||140||359||455||387||165||454||3010||5663|
|Red M: 66.6/114 W: 72.5/129||275||296||131||349||249||123||462||325||321||2531||408||124||502||131||359||455||387||129||454||2949||5480|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Available ActivitiesSwimming, Billiards
Available SportsFitness, Tennis
Greens were rolling
One of my favorite courses. Greens were in great shape. Love the lay out of this course.
Ride vs walking
The course is in good shape. My only problem is they charge to ride. Never did before. It stinks.
Miss the "mark" for recreational golfers
I have played this course a few times a year for the last 20 years. I play well over 100 rounds at various courses in the north San Diego area each year. The course has always been stuck with the aged layout. The houses line the course tightly and define the flow. Unfortunately most people can't help hitting the houses (not me), too bad for the residents. And BTW why invite people to "go for it" on #14? You are just asking for house bombing, maybe move or fill in the pond. Today I played first tee time and was paired with guys hitting balls all over the neighborhoods. Not the real problem. The fairways were in horrible shape, mixed grasses and dead spots painted green. Over-watered tee boxes that were slippery and difficult to find reasonable places to tee from. The sand bunkers are just OK, not the best quality and quantity of sand. The greens have always been tough with too much slope in many places, so why cut them so fast? It doesn't make sense, many unfair pin placements with the ball rolling back to you. If you want to be a PGA destination then OK fix everything raise the price and the local golfers won't play. Realistically make the course playable and inviting for the average recreational golfer. Don't ask me how to do all of that, not my job! I don't want to hear that COVID has limted your income to fix things, since most courses are booked solid and have been for months, raking in money. Oh by the way I love what you have done with the tee box monuments and landscaping over the years, it helps, a little.
Right in front of you
Great course, great pro shop, beautiful dining and friendly staff. My one complaint would be the GREEN... EVERYWHERE. ALL over my clubs, my shoes, my putter, my towels. Freakin irritating. Don’t let that stop you tho.
The course layout is nice as it meanders through the homes in beautiful San Marcos. There were some rough spots on the course with dry patches of ground and several areas of too much water. My playing companions and I were wondering why the course is so wet. Aside from that, the pace of play was good and the day was beautiful.
Early in the round we had a cart malfunction and the staff brought us another cart within 10 minutes.
Excellent customer service!
First Time at St Marks
This was my first time at St Marks. The fairways have a lot of ground under repair and a lot of thin spots. It would be a tough course on a good day, but todays wind made it even harder. There was so much debris blowing all day and the greens were covered. 2 putt rule for sure. I look forward to playing on a non-windy day.