Opened in October 1957, Peter Hay Golf Course is the only 9-hole par-3 golf course open to the public on the Monterey Peninsula. For beginners, it’s a fantastic start to a game of confidence, and for those who are perfecting their short game, the course is ideal.
The course is located across the street from Pebble Beach Golf Links. A convenient kiosk is located at the first tee, where drinks, golf balls and snack items are available for purchase. And if you’re looking to introduce your kids to the wonderful world of golf, be sure to take advantage of our Family Explorers Package, where children 12 and under play for free at Peter Hay Golf Course.
From working on chip shots to teaching children the game of golf, Peter Hay Golf Course is popular with golfers of all skill levels!
Initially built as a 9-hole course where golfers could work on their game or squeeze a round into a busy day, Peter Hay Golf Course has gone on to host the best—and the youngest—players in the game.
Named in honor of the long-time pro and official designer, Peter Hay Golf Course opens in October 1957 and immediately becomes popular for special events and fundraisers.Course History
The course goes on to host the Peter Hay Golf Tournament for boys and girls, as well as professional and celebrity shoot-outs preceding the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, for over 40 years.Course History
Standing at the top of Peter Hay Golf Course is the 30,000-pound bronze sculpture, “Momentum,” which was created in celebration of the 2000 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach.Course History
"Pebble Beach’s Peter Hay short course is long on fun."
"Perfect for honing your short game or teaching your children the game of golf, this course is a hit for one and all."
- Monterey Peninsula Golf
"Perfect place to take my boys aged 10 and 12 for a day of golf. Later in the week, we dropped the boys off alone and they played 27 holes and loved it!"
- Hilly B