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

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Celebrating the Pebble Beach Legacy of Sandy Tatum
Sandy Tatum was instrumental in helping Pebble Beach land the 1972 U.S. Open, and his great friendship with Tom Watson, plus his contagious love of links golf, led to the creation of Spanish Bay. Read More »
What to Know About Every Major Hosted at Pebble Beach
Pebble Beach has hosted 12 memorable Major championships – with two more on the way in the next two years. Here's a fun summary highlighting each championship played here so far: Read More »
How Pebble Beach Showed That Public-Access Courses Can Host U.S. Opens
Pebble Beach became the first-public access course to host a U.S. Open in 1972. When Pebble Beach hosts its sixth U.S. Open in 2019, it will mark the 11th national championship played at public-access courses in the last 21 years. Read More »
Five Shots You Will Always Remember After Playing Pebble Beach
There are so many special shots at Pebble Beach. It seems unfair to trim your round down to just five moments. But these five shots are as good as it gets in golf: Read More »
Five Shots You’ll Be Reliving After a Round at Spyglass Hill
The first five holes are full of oceanfront shots through spectacular sand dunes, but the fun doesn't stop there. These are the shots to look forward to throughout your round at Spyglass Hill: Read More »
Five Sensational Shots to Look Forward to on The Links at Spanish Bay
The Links at Spanish Bay is relentlessly strategic, presenting risk-reward choices on nearly every hole. Here are five sensational shots to get excited about the next time you play Spanish Bay: Read More »
How to Play the Wild 4th Hole at Spyglass Hill
Robert Trent Jones, Sr. — a man who worked on more than 400 golf courses in his lifetime — calls No. 4 at Spyglass Hill his favorite par 4 he’s ever designed. But he didn't have to play it. Here are some tips to surviving it: Read More »
The Lasting Legacy of Women’s Golf at Pebble Beach
The earliest women's champion doubled as a trusted confidant to one of the game's greatest architects. Those that followed included World Golf Hall of Famers, founding members of the LPGA Tour, and the greatest female athlete of the 20th century. Read More »
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 »
A Sneak Peek of the New 13th Green at Pebble Beach
The 13th green renovation added 400 square feet to the right side of the green, establishing new hole locations. The work also included the restoration of a bunker to the left of the green. Read More »
Play 7 of the World’s Greatest Golf Holes at Pebble Beach Resorts
The editors of Golf Magazine examined the half million golf holes in existence and identified the World's 500 Greatest. An impressive seven of them are right here at Pebble Beach Resorts. Let's take a closer look at them: Read More »
The Greatest Shots Hit on Each Hole at Pebble Beach (Back Nine)
Relive the greatest shots ever hit at Pebble Beach. Eagles and Albatrosses. Legendary approaches with 1-irons and 2-irons. Chip-ins and lucky bounces off ocean rocks. Then try to replicate them the next time you play Pebble Beach! Read More »