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The Links at Spanish Bay
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|This facility, which was named to GOLF MAGAZINE's 2002 list of "Gold Medal Resorts," features a Scottish links-style course. The course is located alongside the ocean, and has many great views of the coastline. |
This course was officially certified as an Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary, the first in the state and only one of twenty-one nationwide to receive such an honor. The co-designers are Tom Watson and Sandy Tatum in connection with Robert Trent Jones, Jr.
GOLF MAGAZINE" rated Spanish Bay 41st best in its "Top 100 Courses You Can Play in the U.S." list.
Golf lessons are available by contacting the Golf Academy at Pebble Beach (831) 647-7500.
Proshop: On-Site -- Opens at 6:30
Driving Range: No
Putting Green: Yes
Chipping Green: Yes
Practice Bunker: Yes
Guest Policy: Open
Dress Code: No Denim, Collared Shirt and Bermuda Shorts Required
Reservations: 60 Days in Advance -- Starting at 6:30
Food: Full Bar, Beverage Cart, Snack Bar, and Restaurant
Course Type: Semi-Private
Year Built: 1987
Designer: Robert Trent Jones, Jr.
Type of Green: Poa Annua Grass
Walking Allowed: Yes
Cart Access: Path
Weekday - $230
Weekend - $230
Credit cards accepted --- Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Discover
Senior Discounts: No
Other Discounts: Twilight Rates
Club Rental: Yes
Pull Cart Rental: No
Caddies Available: Yes
Teaching Pro: Yes
Golf School: Yes
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