Dolores and Eighth P.O. Box 4115, Carmel-By-The-Sea, Ca 93921
Home to the AT & T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, this world famous course affords golfers a true challenge as well as some of the most spectacular vistas of the Pacific Ocean coastline. Plan in advance to play this course.
A Scottish links designed course, authentic down to a rugged coastline and a constant ocean breeze, this course offers a new challenge to the golfer.
This is one of the toughest courses in the world. Ranked #11 for 2009/2010 in "Golf Digest" on "Americas 100 Greatest Public Courses". Holes are named after characters in Treasure Island. It has been reported that sometimes you hear laughter of distant pirates on the difficult holes!
An inland course that is over a century old, it still continues to challenge the golfer with its meandering fairways.
Located in Pebble Beach, the undulating greens are well guarded by either water or bunkers. The back nine take you deep into the Del Monte Forest where solitude prevails joined by the echos of singing birds. Take enough club to handle the 10th hole. One of the "Top 20 Courses in California" per Golf Digest.
Consistently rated as one of the top three golf courses ever created by all major publications, this course meanders through the coastal dunes, into the Del Monte Forest and concludes at the rocky coastline . It offers natural beauty that is unmatched anywhere.
Situated at the foothills of the Santa Lucia Mountains, this course is very challenging with many raised and sunken greens. The front nine is positioned along the Carmel River, featuring very tight fairways and tricky greens. The back nine is several hundred feet above the valley floor offering some of the most breathtaking tee shots in all of California.
Featuring a nice layout with a blend of open fairways and tight dog-legs, this is a fun course. This public course is priced comparable to any city but it offers the setting of the beautiful Monterey Peninsula.