Nicklaus’ 1-iron. Watson calls his chip shot. Kite soars above gale-force winds. Peak Tiger. McDowell conquers a Hall of Fame leaderboard.
A Pebble Beach U.S. Open is epic. There’s a reason the 2019 U.S. Open will be the sixth hosted at Pebble Beach in the last 50 years — the most of any course in the country.
You can be there for the next chapter of Pebble Beach history. And you can do it in style. Corporate hospitality packages are the premier U.S. Open experience, and they are nearly sold out.
Take in the sweeping beauty and grandeur of Pebble Beach with the masses, before retreating to your hospitality venue for an intimate championship experience right in the middle of the action. Entertain your best customers and strengthen relationships with the people who mean the most to your business, all while bonding at the biggest and most beautiful stage in golf.
There are only a few corporate hospitality venues remaining — Chalets and Suites on the third hole, Chalets perched above the eighth green, plus the new Championship Pavilion at No. 16. Here’s a tour of what you can experience:
WATCH PLAYERS ATTACK THE THIRD HOLE WITH THE COURSE’S FIRST OCEAN VIEW IN THE BACKGROUND.
In a Pebble Beach U.S. Open, it is imperative to collect your birdies early. In 2010, six of the eight easiest holes came between Nos. 1-7. Catch the makings of a hot round and join in on some roars at one of the shortest par-4s on the course.
FOLLOW THE ACTION WHERE MAJORS HAVE LITERALLY BEEN WON AND LOST.
Lanny Wadkins won the 1975 PGA Championship with a par on the third hole in a sudden-death playoff against Gene Littler. Dustin Johnson also followed up his shocking triple-bogey on No. 2 in the final round of the 2010 U.S. Open with a double-bogey here, falling out of the lead for good. Even the invincible Tiger Woods carded a triple-bogey here during his dominant 2000 win, showing that this short hole has some bite.
SEE JACK NICKLAUS’ FAVORITE SHOT IN ALL OF GOLF.
Spend an hour here, and you’ll see what he means. Watch the best players in the world carry a cavernous cliff with ocean churning below to a treacherous green from 200 yards. Yeah, they’re still probably hitting 8-irons, but it’s an endless fascinating and dramatic shot…and one of the prettiest places on earth.
THE VIEW IN THE OTHER DIRECTION ISN’T BAD, EITHER.
FEEL THE EXCITEMENT DOWN THE HOME STRETCH AT NO. 16.
New to this U.S. Open will be a Champions Pavilion on the left side of the 16th fairway. Watch the field chase after the leaders, and see how the game’s best handle the pressure of playing for a U.S. Open Championship when the title is in sight. A bogey here dropped Tom Watson into a share for the lead with Jack Nicklaus at the 1982 U.S. Open. But Watson rebounded in a big way the next hole…
Are you ready to be a part of history? Reach out to Tim Ryan at (831) 647-7406 to learn how you can today!