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Pebble Beach Golf
When you say ‘Pebble Beach’, many people simply think about the Pebble Beach Golf Course. But you can actually choose from 5 different golf courses at the Pebble Beach Resorts. Or maybe you don’t want to have to choose and you plan to play all 5!
Pebble Beach Golf Links
This amazing, coastal course was designed by Jack Neville and Douglas Grant. It opened in 1919 and is considered one of the finest golf courses in the world and is known as the greatest public golf course in the United States. Many golfers have put Pebble Beach Golf Links on their bucket list. Pebble Beach has hosted 5 U.S. Open Championships. It is also the annual host to the AT&T Pro Am, which is played in February each year.
Plan to bring plenty of golf balls. You’ll have lots of opportunities to lose them over the cliffs and into the Pacific Ocean as you make your way around this magnificent and challenging golf course.
Pebble Beach Golf Links Rates
2015 rates for 18 holes are currently $495, plus either $40 for a cart or $80/bag for a caddie. Taking a caddie is a great idea because they can really help you figure out which club to use and where to aim your ball. If you are a resort guest the total cost is slightly less. If you didn’t bring your clubs you can rent them for $95.
Pebble Beach Golf Links Pro Shop
Spyglass Hill Golf Course
Robert Trent Jones, Sr. designed Spyglass Hill Golf Course, which opened in 1966. This golf course gives you the opportunity to experience two entirely different kinds of terrain all within 18 holes. On the first five holes, you’ll be driving and chipping your way through the sandy, coastal dunes. Holes 6 through 18 take you up into the pines where you’ll hit over lakes to elevated greens. Holes 6, 8, and 18 are rated some of the most challenging on the PGA Tour. Some of the holes are named after Robert Louis Stevenson’s book, ‘Treasure Island’. Holes named ‘Billy Bones’ and ‘Black Dog’ are waiting to challenge your game.
Spyglass Hill Golf Course Rates
2015 rates for 18 holes at Spyglass Hill are $395 plus either $40/cart or $80/bag for a caddie. You can also play Twilight golf for $210 plus a cart fee.
Spyglass Hill Golf Course Pro Shop
The Links at Spanish Bay
Robert Trent Jones, Jr., Tom Watson, and Sandy Tatum designed The Links at Spanish Bay in the true Scottish tradition of links golf courses. Scottish ‘links’ courses are built in sandy conditions near the ocean with long grasses and typically windy days. As you play this magnificent and challenging course, please help preserve the natural beauty and animal habitats by following the drop area rules.
The Links course and the pro shop is located at the Inn at Spanish Bay, which you can reach from 17 mile drive.
The Links at Spanish Bay Rates
2015 rates for the Links at Spanish Bay are $270 plus either a $40 cart fee or $80/bag caddie fee.
The Links at Spanish Bay Pro Shop
Del Monte Golf Course
The Del Monte Golf Course was designed by Charles Maud and opened in 1897. It’s the oldest continuously operating golf course west of the Mississippi. This inland course offers you wide fairways set among beautiful pines, oaks, and cypress trees.
Del Monte Golf Course Rates
2015 rates for the Del Monte Golf Course are $110 for 18 holes plus either $40 for a cart of $80/bag for a caddie.
The Del Monte Pro Shop
Peter Hay Golf Course
Would you like to have some fun playing golf, but you don’t want to invest the time to play 18 holes? Then the Peter Hay Golf course is a perfect choice. This is a 9 hole, par 3 course that opened in 1957. You’ll find it right across the street from the Pebble Beach Golf Links course.
Peter Hay Golf Course Rates
Adults can play all day for just $30 and kids from 13-17 pay just $10. You can also rent clubs for just $5.
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Our Local's Tip
Even though they are usually packed, Pebble Beach Course golf usually saves a few tee times at the end of the day.
If you don’t mind playing as a ‘single’, you may be able to get a tee time.