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Welcome to Pebble Beach Golf Links, unanimously rated the No. 1 Public Course in the Country. Pebble Beach hosts its sixth U.S. Open in 2019, more than any other course over the last 50 years. Future championships include a first U.S. Women’s Open in 2023, and a seventh U.S. Open in 2027. Every February, the PGA TOUR visits for the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, a tradition that began in 1947.

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Par 4
377 yds
Take aim at the right edge of the first bunker beyond the fairway with a 3-wood or long iron and try not to cut the dogleg—it doesn't pay. The approach shot plays somewhat longer than the actual yardage and the green is tightly bunkered left and right.
Par 5
511 yds
Find the fairway long off the tee and you can reach the green in two. Another option is to lay up short of the deep bunker or barranca hidden 75 yards from the green.
Par 4
390 yds
A slight draw around the corner of this dogleg leaves you in perfect position for a short pitch to the green. If you play it safe to the far right of the barranca, be prepared to contend with the bunkers flanking the right side of the green.
Par 4
326 yds
A long iron or 3-wood to carry the long bunker in the center of the fairway is your best bet. This short hole is tightly guarded with a cluster of menacing bunkers and the green slopes decidedly back and front.
Par 3
192 yds
Designed by Jack Nicklaus and opened for play in January of 1999, the 5th hole is a spectacular addition sure to test your mettle. This beautiful par-3 sits naturally upon the bluffs overlooking Stillwater Cove. The ocean breezes will affect club selection. The safest play is to the left-center of the green.
Par 5
506 yds
The optimum placement for the tee shot is left-center of the fairway. Your second shot must carry the steep slope, but beware of the bunkers on the left.
Par 3
106 yds
Club selection is predicated on wind factors. Knock down a short iron and keep the ball from ballooning in the wind. Play it safe to the middle of the green.
Par 4
427 yds
Tee it up over the aiming rock and note wind conditions. A well-placed drive of 240 yards will leave you with a middle iron shot across a deep oceanic chasm. Take a deep breath and fire to the middle of the green here, but take heed: This green is sloped severely from back to front.
Par 4
481 yds
Take aim at the left center of the fairway, hit it long and beware on the left. Side hill lies are the norm for long iron second shots so beware of the ocean right. There is a deep-bunkered gully left and short that will punish a timid approach. This is truly the most difficult hole on the course.
Par 4
446 yds
A strong tee shot to the left center of this sloping fairway will leave you with a medium iron shot. Take enough club on your approach to carry the inlet on the right. Bunkers left and long will capture errant shots. The green slopes from left to right.
Par 4
373 yds
A well-struck tee shot will take you left of center, avoiding the bunkers left and right on your approach. Take enough club on this uphill approach, but be careful not to over club. This green is fast from back to front.
Par 3
201 yds
The staggered bunkers in front give a false perspective on this long par-3. Club selection is key in approaching this wide but shallow green. Check the wind by looking back at the flag on 11. The wind above the trees, undetectable by eyeing the 12th green, may alter your shot.
Par 4
403 yds
This uphill par-4 plays longer than the yardage. Line up over the right edge of the fairway bunker and hit your best tee shot. The uphill approach shot calls for an extra club. Shots to the right side of the green will slide left on this, the most severely sloped and quickest green on the course.
Par 5
572 yds
The dogleg right is a three-shot hole for virtually all players. A well-placed bunker on the right will capture shots aimed at cutting the dogleg. Hit as much club as possible on the second shot, and if the pin is tucked upper left, take at least one extra club to carry the huge frontal bunker.
Par 4
396 yds
This medium-length par-4 sets up perfectly for an accurate tee shot. A well-placed drive in the center of the fairway will leave you with a medium-to-short iron. Remember: Check the ocean left, as putts will move in this direction.
Par 4
401 yds
Take aim directly over the island bunker with a 3-wood or long iron. A driver may leave you with a difficult downhill, side-hill lie, or worse yet, in the deep rough through the fairway. Do not attempt to cut the dogleg—the right side is fraught with danger. Hit the approach to the right side of the green, as all shots will slide left.
Par 3
177 yds
Check pin placement and wind conditions. These two factors determine choice of club. Beware of the ocean left.
Par 5
543 yds
Set up for three shots on this hole. The best tee shot is to the left of the trees. The second shot is ideally placed on the left side of the fairway to avoid the tree overhanging the green. Your short iron into the green must carry the frontal bunker. And finally, putts will tend to fall oceanside.
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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

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 Pebble Beach Tests the Best: A Tour of the Smallest Greens on the PGA TOUR
How Pebble Beach Tests the Best: A Tour of the Smallest Greens on the PGA TOUR
Pebble Beach is the shortest course on the PGA TOUR. So how does it continue to challenge the game's greats? With greens that average just 3,500 square feet — the smallest in major championship golf. Read More »

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Course Notices

  • Golf carts are only permitted on the cart path.
  • Pull carts are not 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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