3000 Club Rd Pebble Beach, CA 93953
This club offers two regulation eighteen hole courses. The Dunes Course is more inland. The front nine holes feature thick tree lines along both sides of the fairways. Holes #10 through #15 play alongside the ocean. You finish with the last holes heading back toward the clubhouse. “Golf Digest” rated it as the 17th “Best in State” course for 1997-98, and “GOLFWEEK” ranked it 63rd among “America’s 100 Best Classical Courses” for 1997, 95th for 1998 and 99th for 1999. The Shore Course is named because it is more open and runs along the ocean. Holes #1 through #4 have trees on both sides. On holes #5 through #14 there are no trees so the wind becomes a major factor. The signature hole is #13 on the Shore Course, a par 4 with a slight dogleg left fairway and requiring an approach shot to a two-tiered green. “Golf Digest” rated it as the 13th “Best in State” course for 1997-98. Alister Mackenzie and Robert Hunter redesigned the Dunes Course in 1928, and Robert Bruce Harris redesigned the Shore Course in 1962.
|Back Tees||6762 yds||71.9||126|
|Middle Tees||6430 yds||70.3||122|
|Forward Tees||5830 yds||74.7||129|
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