The Hay at Pebble Beach is located on the former site of the historic Peter Hay Golf Course, which was entirely reimagined by TGR Design to offer an updated, world-class golf experience appealing to golfers of all ages and abilities. Peter Hay was a long-time Head Golf Professional at Pebble Beach.
Tiger and TGR Design have amplified Peter Hay’s vision for the property in a way few could have imagined, having re-routed the short course holes to maximize the magnificent views and celebrate Pebble Beach’s rich history. Set just steps away from the storied Pebble Beach Golf Links, the new short course was 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 Hay’s layout seeks 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. It features a dramatically re-designed nine-hole short course and the Resort’s first-ever putting course. Some noteworthy features of The Hay include the 2nd hole, which is an exact replica of Pebble Beach Golf Links’ iconic 7th hole. Each of the other eight holes’ yardage corresponds to a significant year in Pebble Beach history, with plaques on each tee telling the story.
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Pebble Beach has announced the opening date of its new short course, reimagined by Tiger Woods and his design team. The Hay — replacing the old Peter Hay course — is set to open April 16.
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