Jack Nicklaus says it best: “If I only
had one more round to play, I would choose to play it at Pebble Beach.”
If you could choose any year to play
Pebble Beach, this one should be it. Pebble Beach celebrates its Centennial in
2019, a historic milestone for the California resort culminating with the
playing of a sixth U.S. Open along the splendid shores of Stillwater Cove this
While Pebble Beach has been nailed to
the top of Golf Digest’s 100 Greatest
Public Courses rankings ever since the list began, the entire resort has never
In preparation for the centennial
celebrations, Pebble Beach just completed a renovation of every room across the
resort, and now offers luxurious Golf Cottages at its Fairway One complex – the
newest extension of The Lodge.
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The unveiling of a brand new Pebble
Beach Visitor Center ushered in the Centennial Celebration this past winter,
sharing a century of stories with the 2 million tourists who enter 17-Mile
Now a reimagined Wall of Champions
behind the first tee lionizes the litany of legendary winners at Pebble Beach.
Hall of Famers Sam Snead, Ben Hogan and Phil Mickelson are past winners of the
PGA Tour’s annual AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, while Nicklaus, Tom Watson and
Tiger Woods all captured iconic U.S. Open victories at this venerable venue.
The bust of a new champion will be added
to the wall this June, and another will go up when Pebble Beach hosts its first
U.S. Women’s Open in 2023. A seventh U.S. Open is already scheduled to return
to Pebble Beach in 2027.
No matter where you stay – unique
offerings also include the swanky and exclusive estate rooms at Casa Palmero,
the iconic ocean views at The Lodge, and the idyllic beachside setting that
nestles up to The Inn at Spanish Bay – the
heart of the Pebble Beach experience is golf.
Three Pebble Beach Resorts layouts sit
comfortably inside Golf Digest’s Top
100 Public Courses rankings: Pebble Beach (No. 1), Spyglass Hill (No. 11 – and
second in California behind Pebble Beach), and The Links at Spanish Bay (No.
Each is worthy of a spot on your Pebble
Beach itinerary. Spanish Bay features some of the most spectacular seaside
scenery you will find, an atmosphere that is only enhanced by the romance of a
bagpiper serenading you during a sunset finish. Spyglass Hill starts off with a
spectacular sand-dune laden first five holes, one of the most dramatic and
memorable introductions to your round in golf.
And then there’s Pebble Beach. Seven
straight holes hug the Pacific Ocean from Nos. 4-10, each with a memorable
moment in golf history inseparable from it. Nicklaus calls the approach over a
cliff at No. 8 his favorite second shot in golf. U.S. Opens have been
spectacularly seized at the legendary 17th hole by Nicklaus and
Watson. And the dramatic 18th hole might be the most recognizable and scenic in
all of golf.
As Arnold Palmer once
said, “It's safe to say that Pebble Beach Golf Links is on every golfer’s
There’s no year better
than 2019 to experience Pebble Beach. For more information, click here.