Golf at Pebble Beach Resort - Peter Hay

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Course History

Peter Hay Golf Course

The short game at Pebble Beach Resorts

Peter Hay and Samuel F. B. Morse were interested in the concept of a 9-hole course where golfers could work on their short game or squeeze a short round into a busy day. There was a parcel of available hillside between the Pebble Beach Golf Links and the Pebble Beach Equestrian Center with barely enough space—less than 10 acres.

Hole-in-One ContestThe course opened in 1957 and proved popular. Since then, Peter Hay Golf Course has been used for everything from warming-up to introducing children to the game. It has been used to host the professional and celebrity shoot-outs preceding the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. The Peter Hay tournament for boys and girls is also played on this course.

Standing at the top of Peter Hay Golf Course is the 30,000 pound bronze sculpture, “Momentum,” created by artist Richard MacDonald. The sculpture was created in celebration of the 100th playing of the U.S. Open golf championship at Pebble Beach and won by Tiger Woods. The image represents the anatomy of the golf swing and the dawn of the new Millennium as it encircles centuries of excellence past, present and future.