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

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The Beginner’s Guide to Pebble Beach Golf Links
The Beginner’s Guide to Pebble Beach Golf Links
Pebble Beach Golf Links is a big deal to golfers, but maybe you're not one. Here's a beginner's guide to explaining why golfers go crazy for Pebble Beach. Read More »
The 10 Best Shots Ever Hit at Pebble Beach
The 10 Best Shots Ever Hit at Pebble Beach
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 »
Reliving the Lore: 10 of Our Favorite Moments from the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
Reliving the Lore: 10 of Our Favorite Moments from the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
Seven decades ago, Bing Crosby decided to host a PGA TOUR event in Pebble Beach. These are some of the unforgettable moments we have been thrilled by since then: Read More »
Guest Post: How We Built The Links at Spanish Bay
Guest Post: How We Built The Links at Spanish Bay
Architect Robert Trent Jones Jr. shares the story behind how The Links at Spanish Bay came to be, and how he worked with Sandy Tatum and Tom Watson to create a truly unique design. Read More »
Remembering RJ Harper
Remembering RJ Harper
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 »
The 10 Spookiest Shots at Pebble Beach Resorts
The 10 Spookiest Shots at Pebble Beach Resorts
The Double-Bogey Man lurks. Conquer these shots, and they'll be the highlights of your trip. But the stomach-churning challenge of these shots is also why you don't quit your day job. Read More »
2023 U.S. Women’s Open Adds to Rich Legacy of Golf at Pebble Beach
2023 U.S. Women’s Open Adds to Rich Legacy of Golf at Pebble Beach
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 »
5 Tips for Playing Pebble Beach From the Pros
5 Tips for Playing Pebble Beach From the Pros
With the PGA TOUR Champions in town for the PURE Insurance Championship Impacting The First Tee, we asked a handful of 30-year Pebble Beach veterans for tips they could share. Read More »
5 Quotes That Will Have You Nodding Your Head After Playing Spyglass Hill
5 Quotes That Will Have You Nodding Your Head After Playing Spyglass Hill
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 »
Pebble Beach Has a New Course Record: Texas Tech Senior Hurly Long Shoots 11-Under 61
Pebble Beach Has a New Course Record: Texas Tech Senior Hurly Long Shoots 11-Under 61
Long started 6-under through six, and closed with birdies on the famous 17th and 18th holes to shoot the lowest score ever at Pebble Beach Golf Links. Read More »
You Can Play Three of the Toughest Holes on the PGA TOUR This Season
You Can Play Three of the Toughest Holes on the PGA TOUR This Season
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 »
Celebrating 40 Years — 5 Fun Facts About the 1977 PGA Championship
Celebrating 40 Years — 5 Fun Facts About the 1977 PGA Championship
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 »