A look back at the 17th hole at Pebble Beach Golf Links.  (Matt Ginella/Golf Advisor) A view of the intimidating par-5 6th hole at Pebble Beach.  (Mike Bailey/Golf Advisor)

Where to find ultimate scenery at Pebble Beach Golf Links



Pebble Beach Golf Links is the mother of all postcard golf experiences, and the scenery is a big reason why it's atop my Top 50 U.S. courses you can play.

Despite the green fee that heads north of $500, Pebble still offers plenty of value to the paying golfer, which is returned in the form of memories that last a lifetime.

On Golf Channel's Morning Drive, I shared some of my favorite vantage points throughout the round at Pebble Beach, places where you can either take your own pictures, or simply stop and admire the scenery.

Ginella on the best views at Pebble Beach



Also, we asked viewers to tag some of their favorite views on the golf course using #MDBestViews, and received some of great submissions of Pebble and also nearby Cypress Point.

55 degrees. Windy. Rainy. And still spectacular.

A photo posted by ryanlavner (@ryanlavner) on

Have you played Pebble Beach? Tell us all about it in a course review, and be sure to upload a pic or video from your experience.

Feb 07, 2017



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Matt Ginella

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Matt Ginella is Golf Channel's resident travel insider. He writes for GolfChannel.com and appears weekly on "Morning Drive." Before Golf Channel, Ginella was senior travel editor for Golf Digest and Golf World from 2007-2012 and covered courses, resorts and the avid amateur golfer's annual buddies trips to over 60 destinations around the country. Ginella graduated from St. Mary's College (Calif.) in 1995 and earned a masters degree in journalism from Columbia University in 2003. Follow Matt on Twitter at @mattginellagc and on Instagram at @Matt_Ginella.