Spyglass Hill Golf Course - Course Overview

Spyglass Hill Golf Course

A treasure, rated one of world's toughest golf courses

Legend has it that Robert Louis Stevenson roamed these hills and sandy dunes of Pebble Beach for inspiration while writing his classic Treasure Island. With this in mind, course designer Robert Trent Jones Sr. set about creating a treasure of his own at Spyglass Hill Golf Course.

Each hole at Spyglass Hill bears a Stevenson-inspired name: Billy Bones, Black Dog, Skeleton Island and Long John Silver. Arrgh! The course itself is nothing short of spectacular and is a true test of swashbuckling power and finesse.

Course History
  • First opened in 1966
  • Some of the world’s toughest holes
  • Putting greens and practice range
  • Blue Tee Rating: 75.5 / Slope: 144