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Location: Downtown San Diego (East Village)
Game Times: Generally, Evening Games Start at 7:05PM and Sunday Games Start at 1:05PM (More Details Below)
Cost: Game Tickets Start at $5.
Features: One of the Top Pitching Teams in Baseball; Best Seats in Baseball; Central Location for Restaurants and Nightlife; Behind the Scenes Tours.
Location: Chula Vista (20 Miles / 25 Minutes Southeast of Downtown San Diego)
Open Daily: 9AM – 5PM; Guided Tours take place 11AM on Saturdays
Features: Tour the Only Year-Round U.S. Olympic Training Center
Location: Mission Valley (7 Miles / 15 Minutes Northeast of Downtown San Diego)
Game Times: Generally Sundays from September to December at 1:15PM (More Details Below)
Cost: Game Tickets Start at $54. Parking Starts at $25. There are Several Transit Options Including the San Diego Trolley.
Features: One of the Top Teams in the NFL with an Explosive Offense and Marquee Players.
Where is it: Torrey Pines (15 Miles / 20 Minutes North of Downtown San Diego)
Pro Shop Hours: Year-Round; Dawn – Dusk
Golf Course Rates: Play on the Torrey Pines North Course ranges from $24 – $50 for City of San Diego Residents and $60 – $125 for Non-Residents. Play on the Torrey Pines South Course ranges from $37 – $76 for Residents and $110 – $229 for Non-Residents.
Things to Do & See: Play golf on seaside cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean, which hosts the Annual PGA Farmers Insurance Open (formerly the Buick) and hosted the 2008 U.S. Open; Pick up souvenirs from the large Torrey Pines Pro Shop; Visit the Golf Course as part of my Coastal San Diego Tour.
Location: Del Mar (22 Miles / 20 Minutes North of Downtown San Diego)
Schedule: Wednesdays to Sundays from July 20, 2011 to September 7, 2011. Generally runs 2PM – 6PM. Starts 4PM on Fridays.
Cost: Several options starting at $6. Parking is $8 ($10 for Friday & Saturday Concerts).
Features: One of the Top Horse Racetracks in the Country; Several Stakes Races; Place to See and Be Seen; Free Friday Concerts
Location: Oceanside (38 Miles / 40 Minutes North of Downtown San Diego)
Open Daily: 10AM – 4PM. (8PM on Thursdays)
Cost: $5 ($3 for Students, Military, and Seniors 62+; Free for kids)
Features: State of California Surf Museum covering the History of Surfing in California; Skateboarding Memorabilia
Location: Balboa Park (3 Miles Northeast of Downtown San Diego)
Open Daily: 10AM – 4:30PM
Cost: $8 ($4 for Kids ages 7-17 and $6 for Seniors)
Features: Nation’s Largest Sports Museum; Interactive Exhibits; Hall of Fame; Covers a Broad Range of Sports; Many one-of-a-kind Trophies on Display.
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