We've got your next 19th hole debate: What's the best shot ever hit at Pebble Beach? Should it happen during an AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am or U.S. Open?
Should it put away a tournament, or win it outright? Or is it all about degree of difficulty? Let the debates begin: Read More »
RJ Harper, the longtime Executive Vice President of Golf and Retail at the Pebble Beach Co., has passed away today after a 14-month battle with pancreatic cancer. RJ was a true icon in the golf industry and someone whose name will always be synonymous with Pebble Beach. Read More »
In news that has the golf world buzzing, the USGA announced that Pebble Beach Golf Links will host its first U.S. Women’s Open in 2023. The selection adds to a rich legacy of women's golf national championships contested at Pebble Beach, a tradition that began with the 1940 U.S. Women's Amateur. Read More »
Is there a better start in golf than the first five holes at Spyglass Hill? I love Pebble, but are we sure Spyglass isn’t just as good? You aren’t the only person to ponder these questions after playing Spyglass Hill. Read More »
When PGA.com built a course made up of the 18 toughest holes (by number) from this PGA TOUR season — including Majors — three came from Pebble Beach Resorts, and four were played in this year's AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Read More »
The first sudden-death playoff in Major history. A six-shot comeback. Nicklaus standing on the 17th tee tied for the lead. Watson playing with borrowed clubs. The 1977 PGA Championship had it all. Here's a look back, 40 years later: Read More »