Short Course at Pebble Beach
The new short course at Pebble Beach, located on the former site of the historic Peter Hay Golf Course is being entirely reimagined by TGR Design to offer an updated, world-class golf experience appealing to golfers of all ages and abilities.
Set just steps away from the storied Pebble Beach Golf Links, the new short course will be designed for pure enjoyment with a focus on creating a community-like environment where all golfers will be able to have fun and feel comfortable.Download Course Rendering (PDF)
The only short course on the Monterey Peninsula, the layout will seek to introduce new players to the game while also providing a relaxed environment for skilled players to hone their game or enjoy another round after playing one of Pebble Beach’s other outstanding golf offerings.
Players will experience stunning, sweeping ocean views of Stillwater Cove throughout the round as they navigate a course that emphasizes playability and shotmaking. Featuring a variety of yardages, the short course will incorporate low-cut chipping areas that promote creativity with a variety of recovery options for any shots that miss the strategically contoured greens. Additionally, the routing, shaping, grassing of the golf course will encourage players to be imaginative on the approach to the green, as oftentimes a shot using “the ground as a friend” may be the ideal choice.
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