The Bridges at Rancho Santa Fe
The Bridges at Rancho Santa Fe Hole #10
Hole #10 | Photo: Courtesy of The Bridges at Rancho Santa Fe

The Bridges at Rancho Santa Fe


18550 Seven Bridges Rd
Rancho Santa Fe CA 92067 United States

Portfolio open date
Course setting
Design style
Course type
Course category
View our Championship course collection
Teaser image
The Bridges at Rancho Santa Fe Hole #14
Hole #14 | Photo: The Bridges at Rancho Santa Fe

Located in the rocky hills of North San Diego County, California, The Bridges at Rancho Santa Fe stands as one of Robert Trent Jones II's most dramatic designs. Blessed with distant views of the Pacific Ocean and routed over deep canyons and streams, The Bridges occupies a landscape that brings to mind the natural beauty of the Italian hill country of Tuscany (especially it's citrus orchards, olive groves, and stands of cypress and eucalyptus trees). The Bridges' setting provided excitement from the project's inception, and the final product a par-71 course that spans 6,870 yards of golf and carries a slope of 145 has met the developers' lofty goal of achieving recognition as one of the best golf courses in the country.

Coastal Terrain Design

Designed in coastal terrain with the character of classic southern California courses in mind (such as The Riviera Country Club and Bel-Air Country Club), The Bridges offers many risk/reward scenarios for golfers who like to take chances. But it also supplies wide fairways for more conservative play. A 285-foot-long bridge suspended over a canyon on the tenth hole, visible from the clubhouse, serves as The Bridges' signature feature.

Battle at The Bridges

In 2003, 2004 and 2005, The Bridges provided the setting for an exciting series of matches, called “The Battle at The Bridges,” featuring great professionals such as Tiger Woods, John Daly, Sergio Garcia, and Phil Mickelson, who also resides at The Bridges.

The Bridges at Rancho Santa Fe Practice Facilities 

Featuring great practice facilities, including a driving range, the course features a high level of difficulty without being unforgiving. Don't miss your chance to play this Rancho Santa Fe Robert Trent Jones Jr.-designed golf club.