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Then and Now: 100 Years of Pebble Beach

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A Wild Ride: the 7-Year History of the Pebble Beach Road Races
A Wild Ride: the 7-Year History of the Pebble Beach Road Races
For seven surreal years (1950-1956), race car drivers flocked to Pebble Beach to compete for the Del Monte Trophy. The first Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance was also staged simultaneously, but today’s marquee Car Week event was initially created as an opportunity to showcase new sports cars during the road races. Read More »
On Stable Ground: The Equestrian Center is Nearly as Old as Pebble Beach
On Stable Ground: The Equestrian Center is Nearly as Old as Pebble Beach
Just five years after Pebble Beach Golf Links opened, Samuel F.B. Morse built stables for early residents and visitors. It has since been the backdrop for films, the training grounds for the country's first youth Pony Club and the stage for the U.S. Team Trials ahead of the 1960 Olympics. Read More »
All 68 Best of Show Winners at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance
All 68 Best of Show Winners at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance
Want to win Best of Show? Nearly two-thirds (44 of 68) of the cars in this celebrated club were originally built in the 1930s, including 22 of the last 26 champions. Here's a look at every single Best of Show winner: Read More »
The Moments That Won Each U.S. Open at Pebble Beach
The Moments That Won Each U.S. Open at Pebble Beach
Pebble Beach has produced some triumphant moments to clinch the U.S. Open. Here is how our national championship has been won the six times it has been played here. Read More »
Woodland Vanquishes Koepka, Delivers Vintage Pebble Beach Win
Woodland Vanquishes Koepka, Delivers Vintage Pebble Beach Win
Gary Woodland channeled the shotmaking of Jack Nicklaus, the wizardy of Tom Watson and the excellence of Tiger Woods to join the illustrious list of U.S. Open champions at Pebble Beach. Read More »
Then and Now: the Press at Pebble Beach
Then and Now: the Press at Pebble Beach
The national press first descended on Pebble Beach in 1929, to follow the legendary Bobby Jones. Some 90 years later, the press is again swarming to Pebble Beach, this time for the playing of the 119th U.S. Open. We thought it would be fun to dig into our archives and look back at the history of the press at Pebble Beach: Read More »
Tracking Tiger: Reliving the Greatest U.S. Open Performance Ever
Tracking Tiger: Reliving the Greatest U.S. Open Performance Ever
The 2000 U.S. Open has no peer. Tiger Woods did not three-putt all week, while one-putting 34 of the 72 greens. He tied the all-time scoring record at a U.S. Open when nobody else in the field broke par. He also opened the tournament with a 65, the lowest U.S. Open score ever shot at Pebble Beach. Read More »
How Pebble Beach Showed That a Public Course Could Host the U.S. Open
How Pebble Beach Showed That a Public Course Could Host the U.S. Open
For the first 71 U.S. Opens, no public-access course had the honor of hosting our national championship. Then came Pebble Beach Golf Links. In a few short weeks, Pebble Beach will host its sixth U.S. Open, more than any other golf course in the last 50 years. Read More »