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Play the No. 1 Public Golf Course in America

Welcome to Pebble Beach Golf Links, unanimously rated the No. 1 Public Course in the Country. Pebble Beach hosted its sixth U.S. Open in 2019, more than any other course over the last 50 years. Eight future championships will be hosted including: a first U.S. Women’s Open in 2023 plus three additional Women’s Opens in 2035, 2040 and 2048, and four future U.S. Opens in 2027, 2032, 2037 and 2044. Every February, the PGA TOUR visits for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, a tradition that began in 1947.

Enjoy the round of a lifetime at Pebble Beach.

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No. 1 since rankings began in 2003


Par 4
378 yds
The nervy opening tee shot is actually just a layup toward the bunker at the corner of the fairway, setting up an approach shot around 150 yards to a green that tilts strongly back-to-front and toward the ocean.
Par 5
509 yds
This hole is a reachable par-5 during guest play and will play as such during the U.S. Women’s Open. During PGA Tour and U.S. Open play, the hole is traditionally a par-4. For those laying up, the fairway stops 100 yards from the green in front of a hidden cross bunker.
Par 4
397 yds
The fairway on this dogleg-left threads bunkers on both sides of the fairway. An aggressive line around or over the trees can set up a short pitch into this well-protected green that runs out to the ocean.
Par 4
333 yds
This was the only par-4 to play under par at the 2019 U.S. Open, but plenty of trouble lurks, with nine bunkers surrounding the fairway and green. The ocean also comes into play for the first time, and will stick around for the next seven holes.
Par 3
189 yds
Designed by Jack Nicklaus and opened for play in 1998, this green feeds from front-left to back-right. Beware of the bunker behind the green — it cuts into the putting surface more than it appears from the tee.
Par 5
498 yds
Take a good look at where the green is as you walk up to your drive. The second shot of this iconic par-5 climbs nearly four stories to an elevated second fairway.
Par 3
107 yds
Take a look at the flag on the sixth green to gauge what the wind is doing. Aces have been made here with clubs ranging from a lob wedge to a 3-iron.
Par 4
416 yds
From the bottom tees, an aiming rock helps you find this fairway, which pours over a cliff after about 240 yards. From there, enjoy what Jack Nicklaus calls his favorite approach shot in all of golf, over a seaside chasm to a green that steeply slopes from back-to-front.
Par 4
483 yds
Welcome to the toughest hole of the 2019 U.S. Open. The fairway plateaus 200 yards from the green, before falling right to Carmel Beach. Big drives get you closer to this well-protected green, but you'll have to deal with a downhill lie.
Par 4
444 yds
The widest fairway on the course slopes toward Carmel Beach, setting up a sidehill lie on this long par-4 to a green perched on the edge of a cliff.
Par 4
370 yds
Tee shots that find the left side of the fairway open up the approach into one of the smallest greens at Pebble Beach. Stay below the hole — this green slopes severely from back-to-front.
Par 3
202 yds
This demanding par-3 is surrounded by bunkers. A shot that threads the throat of the green will work its way left toward the ocean.
Par 4
401 yds
Drives that flirt with the fairway bunker on the left side set up the best angle into this green, which races toward the ocean.
Par 5
559 yds
This dangerous par-5 played over par at the 2019 U.S. Open, a rare occurence in today's game. Its elevated green might be the most challenging on the course. The shorter the third shot you have, the better your chances.
Par 4
393 yds
The prudent play is a drive that finishes short of the pot bunker in the middle of the fairway, setting up an approach shot inside of 125 yards. Although you can't see the ocean, the green slopes toward it.
Par 4
400 yds
A tee shot played over the island bunker in the middle of the fairway sets up a flat lie from 150 yards. Keep in mind that the green slopes strongly from right-to-left.
Par 3
182 yds
This iconic hourglass-shaped green can play 15 yards longer or shorter depending on the pin placement. The traditional Sunday U.S. Open hole location is back-left, where Jack Nicklaus famously hit the flag with a 1-iron and Tom Watson chipped in.
Par 5
541 yds
It's the most famous finishing hole in golf. Aggressive drives attempting to reach this par-5 in two need to send their tee shots left of the tree in the fairway. Or you can safely play to the right of the tree, lay up and wedge onto the green.
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Then and Now: 100 Years of Pebble Beach
Then and Now: 100 Years of Pebble Beach
Pebble Beach Golf Links officially opened for play on Feb. 22, 1919. Here's a tour of what the course has looked like over the last 100 years: Read More »
The Most Memorable Moments from Every Hole at Pebble Beach (Front Nine)
The Most Memorable Moments from Every Hole at Pebble Beach (Front Nine)
More than any other course in the country, Pebble Beach Golf Links is steeped in history. Every hole is loaded with iconic moments from Bing Crosbys to U.S. Amateurs and U.S. Opens. These are the shots that you should remember (and try to better) the next time you play Pebble Beach: Read More »
How Does Pebble Beach Test the Best? With the Smallest Greens in Major Championship Golf
How Does Pebble Beach Test the Best? With the Smallest Greens in Major Championship Golf
The average Pebble Beach green is just 3,500 square feet, the smallest on the PGA TOUR. The average green depth at Pebble Beach is just 26 paces. And those greens are surrounded by 118 bunkers — or six more than the Old Course at St. Andrews. Read More »

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Play Like a Champion at Pebble Beach

Bobby Jones, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson and Tiger Woods have all chased immortality here. Jordan Spieth, Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson are recent winners at Pebble Beach. Presidents, Hall of Famers and Hollywood stars have all strolled these fairways. Walk in the footsteps of legends at Pebble Beach.

  • What The Pros Are Saying...

    "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

  • What The Pros Are Saying...

    "Pebble is a piece of sacred ground. They say it’s the greatest meeting of land and water in the world. This course was heaven designed—just the way it fits on the land."

    - Johnny Miller
    World Golf Hall of Famer

  • What The Pros Are Saying...

    "This is a bucket place list place to win. Here, Augusta National, St. Andrews, I mean there are only a few in the world like this."

    - Jordan Spieth
    2017 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Champion

  • Golfweek Best Resort Courses

  • Golfweek #1 Best Resort Course
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  • Golf Digest #1 America's Greatest Public Courses
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  • Golf Magazine #1 Golf Course You Can Play
  • Golf Magazine Top 100 Golf Resorts in North America
  • Golf Magazine No. 1 Luxury Golf Resort in North America

Contact & Tee Times

Course Notices

  • Golf carts are only permitted on the cart path.
  • Pull carts are permitted on the course.
  • Tee times at Pebble Beach Golf Links are subject to a hotel stay requirement.


Pebble Beach Golf Links
1700 17-Mile Drive
Pebble Beach, CA 93953

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