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––– TUESDAY, June 6th –––


With its picturesque yet perilous Cliffs of Doom, and plenty of heroic shot-making opportunities, Pebble Beach has hosted a PGA Tour event since 1947. The event welcomes the game’s best golfers, Hall-of-Fame athletes and Hollywood stars. ​

"If I had only one more round to play, I would choose to play it at Pebble Beach. I’ve loved this course from the first time I saw it. It’s possibly the best in the world." - JACK NICKLAUS, 18-Time Major Champion.

––– WEDNESDAY, June 7th –––

links at spanish bay

The Links at Spanish Bay are set along the sand dunes of 17- Mile Drive with some of the most spectacular seaside views in Pebble Beach. The rolling fairways gently flow through the spectacular panoramic ocean views showing off whitecaps bouncing on the power Pacific and a brilliant sunset. The Links at Spanish Bay is very much a sensory overload, with the smell of the beach carried in by a cooling ocean breeze, the sight of the spectacular jagged coastline, and the sound of the famed bagpiper leading you home. The Links at Spanish Bay requires precision and patience while negotiating sand dunes, pot bunkers, challenging greens and an ocean breeze. 


The Monterey Peninsula’s breathtaking landscape of coastal bluffs, sandy beaches, nature trails and a forest of pine and cypress trees is the picture-perfect setting for an outstanding array of adventures.  Your tour will include a drive through part of the famous 17 mile drive, dinner at Carmel by The Sea, shopping and wine tasting. 

––– Thursday, JUNE 8th –––

spyglass hill golf course

The defining characteristic of Spyglass Hill is how staggering the first five holes juxtapose the rest of the round. Incredible ocean views give way to the understated natural beauty of the Del Monte Forest, as the final 13 holes relentlessly examine your game with a plethora of bunkers, ponds and uphill tests. Pine Valley-by-the-Sea meets Augusta National, as Sports Illustrated eloquently described it.

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