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About Park Hyatt Aviara Resort

Park Hyatt Aviara is a chic coastal resort in Southern California offering the ideal year-round escape. Set along 200 lush acres of verdant hillsides and rolling valleys within the master-planned community of Aviara, Park Hyatt Aviara Resort provides an appealing setting for any function.  A new era of luxury will unfold in 2020, as the resort is undergoing and exciting transformation to include refreshed guestrooms and suites, re-imagined event spaces, new restaurants and bar concepts. The resort’s grand lobby will also be enhanced as well as the pools, spa and public areas. To see this transformation unfold, visit https://transformation.parkhyattaviara.com/

About Park Hyatt Aviara Golf Club

Named by Golf Digest and Golf Magazine as one of the best resort golf courses in America, and the #1 golf resort in San Diego according to the readers of Condé Nast Traveler, Park Hyatt Aviara Golf Club is host to the LPGA Kia Classic. The only San Diego golf course designed by Arnold Palmer, Aviara Golf Club features a memorable coastal layout: par 72, 18 holes over 7,007 yards uniquely sculpted around rolling hillsides, native wildflowers, and plenty of bunker and water challenges.

For those interested in improving their game, the resort offers the Aviara Golf Academy, a Top 25 golf school in America by GOLF Magazine for the last 19 years.  Kip Puterbaugh, Director of the Academy, consistently ranks as a Top 100 golf instructor, and his professional team of instructors each has a minimum of ten years of experience with the Academy.

The Park Hyatt Aviara Golf Club is also home to the country's first Taylormade Performance Lab.  Previously available only to touring professionals, the two-hour custom fitting experience allows golfers of all ages and skill levels to analyze their game and create custom-fit equipment by Taylormade.

Driving Directions from San Diego to Park Hyatt Aviara Golf Club:

Take I-5 North for approximately 28 miles. Take exit 45 for Poinsettia Lane. Turn right onto Poinsettia Lane and take the second right onto Batiquitos Drive. Travel approximately two miles and the clubhouse will be on the right.

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