Dating back to the early 1900s, The Loma Club was originally part of the historic San Diego Country Club, which merged with A.G. Spalding’s Point Loma Golf Club in 1914 to create a San Diego landmark that has been in existence for over a century.
Located in the Naval Training Center (now Liberty Station), the course was utilized by the Navy during the 1920s for physical fitness and recruit training. While serving in the Navy, the legendary Sam Snead acted as the head Golf Professional.
Formerly known as Sail Ho Golf Course, the club attracted talents such as Craig Stadler and Phil Mickelson in Junior Golf Tournaments throughout the years. With its rich history, it is one of the most historic of all San Diego Golf Courses.
The Loma Club presently features state of the art fairways, greens and practice facilities designed by renowned San Diego architect, Cary Bickler. In 2014, Good Time Design remodeled the bar and grill located in the clubhouse, and added a 3000 square foot deck and an outdoor bar. The Loma Club combines a gorgeous and fun course with an amazing indoor/outdoor space, perfect for events and tournaments.