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The 10 Scariest Shots at Pebble Beach — and How to Hit Them

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On Deck: Pebble Beach Hosts its First U.S. Women’s Open in 2023
On Deck: Pebble Beach Hosts its First U.S. Women’s Open in 2023
After successfully hosting a sixth U.S. Open in 2019, Pebble Beach's next Major championship will be for women. While women’s championship golf at Pebble Beach dates back to 1923, a first U.S. Women’s Open will finally arrive 100 years later. Read More »
What the Pros Think About Pebble Beach: ‘It’s a Golfer’s Heaven’
What the Pros Think About Pebble Beach: ‘It’s a Golfer’s Heaven’
Players usually pass on pleasantries and platitudes the week of a Major. So it was especially surprising (and refreshing) and when the likes of Tiger Woods and Brooks Koepka shared how special it was to them that they were playing this year's U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. Read More »
#PebbleBeachNameGame: Our Favorite Names For the Back Nine
#PebbleBeachNameGame: Our Favorite Names For the Back Nine
What would you name the holes at Pebble Beach? In this purely academic exercise, we picked your collective brains on Facebook and Instagram, soliciting creative names for each hole. Thank you! We really enjoyed your responses. These were our favorites: 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 »
A Morning on the 7th Hole at the U.S. Open
A Morning on the 7th Hole at the U.S. Open
Spend a morning with us in the middle of the most beautiful 120 yards in sports – the grandstands on the seventh hole at Pebble Beach. Read More »
What It’s Like to Follow Tiger Woods at the U.S. Open
What It’s Like to Follow Tiger Woods at the U.S. Open
It’s pure madness, more relatable to a rock concert than a golf tournament. It’s also something you have to experience. Following Tiger is unlike anything else in golf. Read More »
The Difference Between U.S. Open Conditions and Resort Play at Pebble Beach
The Difference Between U.S. Open Conditions and Resort Play at Pebble Beach
The course setup and conditions don’t actually change much for the PGA TOUR and the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am every February. But the U.S. Open? That’s a different story. Here’s the breakdown: Read More »
A Labor of Love: What it Takes to Create U.S. Open Conditions at Pebble Beach
A Labor of Love: What it Takes to Create U.S. Open Conditions at Pebble Beach
Course setup trials began two years ago, but preparation culminates with incredibly long hours during championship week, with work beginning at 4 a.m. and ending at 10 p.m. Read More »
A Beginner’s Guide to Pebble Beach Golf Links
A Beginner’s Guide to Pebble Beach Golf Links
Pebble Beach Golf Links is a bucket-list destination, a pilgrimage for golfers of all ages and abilities. But maybe you’re not a golfer. So what’s so great about Pebble Beach? Let’s show you! Read More »
Then and Now: What’s Changed at Pebble Beach Since 2010
Then and Now: What’s Changed at Pebble Beach Since 2010
The course you’ll see in 2019 is very similar to what was set up in 2010. Pebble Beach will play 35 yards longer thanks to a pair of new tees, while four greens have been restored to create a variety of hole locations. 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 »
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 »