Inside Pebble Beach

The 7th Hole at Pebble Beach: From Unfit to Unforgettable

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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 »
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 »
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 »
How Trent Jones’ Work at Augusta National Inspired His Masterpiece at Spyglass Hill
The man who created the modern versions of Nos. 11 and 16 and Augusta National brought that same aesthetic to the back nine of his masterpiece — Spyglass Hill. Read More »
The Most Memorable Moments from Every Hole at Pebble Beach (Front Nine)
More than any other course in the country, Pebble Beach Golf Links is steeped in history. Every hole is loaded with iconic moments from Bing Crosbys to U.S. Amateurs and U.S. Opens. These are the shots that you should remember (and try to better) the next time you play Pebble Beach: Read More »
What’s New About the Restored 17th Green at Pebble Beach
The iconic hourglass-shaped green is now easier to see from the tee, and added nearly 1,500 square feet. A plaque also celebrates Tom Watson's famous chip shot in 1982. Read More »
Tracking Tiger: The 5 Most Memorable Shots Woods Hit in the 2000 U.S. Open
You can't help but think about what Tiger Woods did at the 2000 U.S. Open when you play Pebble Beach. These are the 5 most memorable moments from his 15-stroke triumph — plus three bonus shots to try. Read More »
How a Links-Style Course Ended Up in California 30 Years Ago
The Links at Spanish Bay is an amazing environmental restoration project that has beautified the coastline and created a unique golf experience unlike any other in Pebble Beach. Read More »
The 7th Hole at Pebble Beach: From Unfit to Unforgettable
The seventh hole at Pebble Beach is one of the most iconic short par-3s in all of golf, but its green has worn many faces. Here's a visual history of the seventh green. Read More »
Did You Know: The Prestigious Place Del Monte Holds in Golf History
Golf has been played at Del Monte a staggering 120 straight years. The birthplace of the California State Amateur and the preeminent golf course on the west coast in the early 1900s retains much of its classic charm today. Read More »
The Lineage of Golf Course Architects at Pebble Beach Golf Links
The design of Jack Neville and Douglas Grant is impressively intact nearly 100 years later, but some of the game's greatest architects have lent a helping hand to polish up Pebble Beach. Read More »
Palmer’s Pebble Beach Legacy
Arnold Palmer will forever be linked to Pebble Beach Golf Links, whether it’s recalling 20 years of Bing Crosby tales, recounting his duel with Jack Nicklaus at the 1972 U.S. Open, or enjoying a treasured golf course he has helped restore over the past two decades. Read More »