Peter Hay Golf Course is the only nine-hole par-3 layout open to the public on the Monterey Peninsula. For beginners, it’s a fantastic introduction to golf in Pebble Beach, full of fun shots (none longer than 105 yards) and sweeping views overlooking Stillwater Cove. For buddy groups, a round around Peter Hay is the perfect way to unwind and settle any scores, or dial in that short game ahead of an important rematch.
Since 1957, Peter Hay has been conveniently located across the street from Pebble Beach Golf Links. You can check in at the first-tee kiosk, where clubs, balls, drinks and snacks are also available. You green fee includes unlimited golf for the day.
Enjoy the latest photos and videos our guests are sharing during their round at Peter Hay!
Named in honor of the long-time pro and official designer, Peter Hay Golf Course opened in October 1957 and immediately became popular for special events and fundraisers.Course History
The course has gone 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 the last five decades.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
"What a great place to end your day. Grab a few wedges and have some betting games at Peter Hay. Not only is it fun, but those greens are as pure as what you find on the other courses, so it’s good practice, too."
- Matt Ginella
"Pebble Beach’s Peter Hay short course is long on fun."