Pebble Beach Trip Planner
Golfer's guide to planning a Pebble Beach and Monterey Peninsula golf vacation. Read expert tips and advice from our editorial staff.
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Pebble Beach Golf Links and the Pebble Beach Resort hold special reverence in the golf world. Every golfer who hasn't been wants — and ought — to make a pilgrimage there. With the exception of St. Andrews, no place in golf conjures the sport's allure like Pebble Beach. To utter the name is to summon images of water crashing the sea wall, land's end par threes like the 7th and 17th, a glorious finishing hole that wraps around the rocky beach, and a storehouse of history and lore.
This summer's 2018 U.S. Amateur ushers in a new era on the Monterey Peninsula. The 2019 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach Golf Links will celebrate the resort's 100th anniversary. More USGA majors are scheduled to follow.
Want to play Cypress Point Golf Club during your Pebble Beach golf vacation? Here's how to do it.
We looked at the most expensive courses in the U.S. to see if there are any ways to play them on the cheap.
The Monterey Peninsula offers some of the best golf, weather, things to do, dining and scenery that you'll ever experience. If budget isn't a concern, there's no limit to the delights. But you might be surprised to find out that even on limited funds, this California golf vacation can be affordable, and you'll create memories that will last a lifetime, Mike Bailey writes.
A recent visit to California's Monterey Peninsula reminds Jason Scott Deegan that it only takes one hand to count the golf destinations in the continental U.S. that are this good.
Even if you're on a budget, you can enjoy the Monterey area. Here are seven things you should know if you're considering a golf vacation there.