Pebble Beach Golf Links


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Pebble Beach Golf Links
Public
$495
Average: 3.6 (119 votes)
1700 17 Mile Dr.
Pebble Beach, California 93953-0132
800-654-9300
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Course Details/History

Architect Name - Jack Neville/Douglas Grant (1919)

Golf.com Editorial

Pebble Beach earned Platinum status in Golf Magazine's 2012 Premier Resort rankings

Whether treated as a group or as separate entities, the Lodge at Pebble Beach, the Inn at Spanish Bay and Casa Palmero are all unquestionably Platinum quality. Of course, the Top 3 Golf is why most make the pilgrimage, with fabled Pebble Beach having hosted the 2010 U.S. Open and more than holding its own against the world’s best. Food & Drink took a hit when upscale Club XIX closed its doors in October after 47 years, but golf’s most storied 19th hole, the Tap Room, still welcomes post-round tippling, and Stillwater at the Lodge continues to serve up fine food and unforgettable ocean views.

Pebble Beach is consistently ranked as one of the top courses in the U.S. and the World by Golf Magazine's panel of experts.

To step onto the first tee is to risk an anticlimax. Like Augusta National, golfers know the course so intimately from television that it can seem less dramatic in person. After all, as an annual stop on the PGA Tour, this isn't a course that only steps into the major spotlight every decade or so. Telecasts often lavish attention on Pebble's closing holes, but the real magic is to be found on the front nine. The most spectacular series of holes you'll find anywhere are Nos. 5 through 8, which are on the promontory between Stillwater Cove and the Pacific Ocean.

The truth is that Pebble Beach is bland off the tee -- this is entirely a second-shot golf course. You can survive misses with your driver, but misfiring on your approach shots will make it a very long day. (It will be a long day regardless -- a round will take upwards of five hours.) You won't be writing about the opening few holes in your postcards home, but beware the deep cross bunker in the fairway on the second. Caddies call it the Yao Ming bunker after the 7-foot-6 Rockets center entered it and disappeared from view.

For most golfers, Pebble is all about the final two holes. Who doesn't want to try recreating Tom Watson's chip-in from the 1982 U.S. Open or Jack Nicklaus' 1-iron that clattered against the flagstick a decade earlier? That's the charm of Pebble: a mixture of familiarity, history and superb golf. Is it worth the pricey greens fee? Sure. At least once.

-- Eamon Lynch, from The Road to Pebble Beach

 

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Ahmed03/12/2012
I understand the etisnment, but you know what they say about too much of a good thing. Those results are special because they don't happen all the time. Maybe they should have a smaller rotation of clubs though, like the Open Championship. Oakmont, Shinnecock, Winged Foot, Bethpage Black, Pinehurst #2 are all pretty special places.Also, one thing I associate the US Open with is the heat. That stifling, sticky heat that the players must endure each father's day. I love those images of the sweaty golfers, looking more like athletes than any other tournament, grinding it out for a par to win. You just don't get that heat in Monterrey.
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I played at Century Village for the first time at the start of 2009 and since then it has mbeoce not only my favorite budget course but also a frequently recommended day out to many friends and family. The green fees are the obvious attraction but besides that, the staff are extremely friendly, you seldom have to wait to tee off and the regular BBQ burgers, hotdogs and beer after your round are a fantastic end to your round.Also, the easy course flatters my mediocre skill.On the whole, a good fun course and a good day for any golfer.
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john.kim
I love the front nine better than the back nine (b/c I shot even par on front. didn't even make a par on the back!). But all in all, the best course I've played. The history, the scenery and the layout are top notch. Rounds may be a little slow, greens can get bumpy, but you hardly ever notice b/c you're having such a great time just being there. I asked a family in The Tap Room after my round if their week long stay with five rounds (had to be a LOT of $$$) was worth the expense. The patriarch answered: "you can't put a price on this kind of experience, my family here at pebble beach" maybe that says it all.
sierraeverheart
I loved Pebble Beach, went with company outing in 2006. Not a very good golfer but you can still enjoy yourself. Lost several golf balls in the ocean (hole 6 I think?) but did make a par on the 7th hole. That alone was worth the trip. The burgers at The Tap Room are better than In-N-Out or Five Guys!
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Went with my dad back in 2003. He says he had to save up for four years (kidding I think) but it was worth it. Played Pebble, Spyglass and Spanish Links. Pebble was all that it was supposed to be. Loved how it was still a cool breezy day in June. The views out towards the Pacific are amazing. Everyone, from the clubhouse pros to our caddie, was tremendous. Our caddie could read greens better than anyone I’ve ever seen. He was so confident in his reads, even if I told him it looked the opposite way to me, he’d tell me to trust him. Of course, most of the time, he was right. I usually shoot high 80s, low 90s but thought I’d do worse here since I was so nervous. I shot 98, but wish I had shot 110 so I could hit a few more shots on this course. It was that awesome!
gtreater
Amazing experience. I dont remember much of my game during that round as the scenery was breathtaking and I was in awe of walking the same fairways I have seen on TV for som many years. Inn at Spanish Bay was first class. Dont pass up the opportunity if it comes your way.
ParRatingSlopeYardage
Blue tee7274.31446,737
Gold tee7272.31376,348
White tee7271.21346,116
Red tee7271.91305,198
Front Nine
Hole123456789Out*
Blue tee3765023743271875001064164623250
Gold tee345460337308142484973894413003
White tee331427330295129466973694312875
Red tee309359283256113387913513332482
Par45443534436
Back Nine
Hole101112131415161718In*
Blue tee4303732013935723964011785433487
Gold tee4133491873765603733831725323345
White tee4073391793685483493761665093241
Red tee3013011652884343123101504552716
Par44345443536
*Par value varies depending on tee boxes used.
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