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Since 1919, the exquisite beauty and unique challenges of Pebble Beach Golf Links have electrified golfers and spectators alike. Designed by Jack Neville and Douglas Grant, the course hugs California’s rugged coastline, providing wide-open vistas...more
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Not my favorite of the courses on the peninsula but never to be missed when we are there. Amazing scenery and such an iconic place. It’s expensive at $550 a round plus caddie but it’s the best $100 an hour you can spend up there....More
I had a Sunday to play golf in the Bay Area and have always wanted to play Pebble Beech. I got there early at 8am and asked the starter if there was room for a single. To my luck there was a 3-some at 8:40....More
Amazing views. Amazing golf holes. And right now it’s shaping up for the AT&T and US Open tournaments. So be prepared for it to be narrower in the fairways and tougher in the rough. Fun, Fun, Fun. Walking w a caddie is the best way...More
No. 1 public course in the US. And the course is phenomenal - an absolute dream to have the opportunity to play. Here are a few tips:
1. Get an early tee time- then you have a chance for a 4 hour round. Afternoon rounds...More
I was so excited to be going to Pebble Beach Golf Links. My only disappointment was not playing it.
It's totally stunning, and you don't have to be a golfer to understand that! A breath-taking coastline (we were fortunate enough to have great weather), alongside...More
If you are a golfer, this is heaven for you....this place is unbelievable! Everything about this is amazing......the golf course, the shops, the ambiance....everything.
We hung out in the Pebble Beach lodge and had a snack there and just enjoy the place
My wife and I played the course a few days ago. We decide to take a caddie and walk the course. It was the best decision we made. Our caddie Scott Matacco was simply amazing. He was a great caddie, and also took time to...More
My “Mecca” of golf! Pictures nor watching on tv does this justice! From the first tee thru the 18th Green you’re enamored with the scenery and the thought of all the great players who’ve walked the same ground and played the same holes. I’m sure...More
Let me try this again when I was in the area I want to staying in Santa Cruz which is approximately 15 miles north it's a nice area but during this time next year during the golf tournament pricing is probably going to be... More
Let me try this again when I was in the area I want to staying in Santa Cruz which is approximately 15 miles north it's a nice area but during this time next year during the golf tournament pricing is probably going to be pretty high so I'm not sure what to say but it's a beautiful golf course I did walk a few holes and it's beautiful near the Blue Water of the Pacific
Pebble Beach is old-school. The greens fees are over $400 and the caddies are expensive, too. If you want to play Pebble Beach, it goes with the territory. Caddies aren't what they used to be. You have to accept it. They do... More
Pebble Beach is old-school. The greens fees are over $400 and the caddies are expensive, too. If you want to play Pebble Beach, it goes with the territory. Caddies aren't what they used to be. You have to accept it. They do double caddies at Pebble Beach, a unique practice. But it's Pebble Beach. So live with it.
Sorry, one last HWY 1 question,promise!!! (7 Replies)
Hi, I strictly have one night, 2 full days to drive from Santa Monica to SF in March. I'm so excited about the Big Sur section of this drive. Due to other bookings I strictly have only enough time for 1 overnight stay. So I'm not talking Big Sur late the first day as per some suggestions on here have decided Cambria could be the place to stay, enabling me to enjoy Big Sur the next morning. I want to have lunch at Pebble Beach Golf Links then look around Monterey, also desperate to see...More
December 15, 2014|
Response fromScott H|
Cambria is a good place to stay, but you will have to rush through Big Sur if you want to have lunch in Pebble Beach. I would skip the lunch in Pebble Beach and instead have it in Big Sur. The most popular restaurant is Nepenthe, perched 800 feet over the Pacific on a cliff.
Huntington Beach, California
Chances of non-resort guest tee time in May? (0 Replies)
Anyone know what the typical probability of getting a tee time in May is for a non-resort guest at the Pebble Beach golf links? For non-resort guests, you can make a tee time at Pebble Beach Golf Links only 1 day in advance (3 months in advance for Spyglass, and 6 months in advance for Spanish Bay/Del Monte), and we want to rent a house as opposed to staying at the resort. Thanks!
January 08, 2018|
Pebble Beach Golf Links (1 Replies)
I played Pebble Beach today and had a great time. The most beautiful golf course I have ever seen, but not as well maintained as one would have liked. Considering how many times it is played, it gets quite a bit of wear. I was not rushed whatsoever. I had the first tee time and we played in about 4:15 (It was not me that took that long, my other group members were not so great.) Anyways, I found that making a tee time is kind of hit or miss, depending on what is going on at the resort. ...More
October 07, 2005|
Pacific Grove is truly the poor man's Pebble Beach. It's excellent for finding your swing BEFORE you shell out $400 + to play Pebble. It's a muni golf course and there's not much there except some exception views of the ocean, which are,in and of themselves, great values for the few bucks you spend to play there... It's all about going back to your "roots" of golf... I would recommend it, if only to say you've played both of these M. Bay courses. cdc