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The Best Way to Get a Tee Time at Pebble Beach

By: | Wed 05 Jul 2023

Rich with championship history and famed worldwide for its coastal setting, Pebble Beach is undoubtedly one of the most iconic golf courses in the United States and features on the bucket lists of many golfers internationally.

Famed for its staging of many US Opens (won by the likes of Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson and Tiger Woods) and the generations of Pro-Ams on the PGA Tour, that legacy has been further enhanced with the 2023 US Women's Open taking place in this magical corner of the Monterey Peninsula in California.

Luckily, golfers can fulfill their dream of walking in the footsteps of golf legends and celebrities alongside the Pacific Ocean, as Pebble Beach is a public course, albeit securing a tee time isn't necessarily straightforward or indeed inexpensive, but our travel partners Golfbreaks have packages to help make that fantasy a reality.

What Golfshake Users Say

Here are just some of the review comments that have been submitted through the years by members of the Golfshake Community to give you a flavour of the Pebble Beach Experience:

"Outstanding views, superb condition, the history of the course, the friendliness of the staff - a privilege to play there and one off my bucket list!"

"It was a privilege to play the wonderful Pebble Beach Golf Links. Scenery out of this world, outstanding golf holes and in absolutely wonderful condition. Superbly friendly staff throughout the resort and, for me, an absolute bucket list necessity for anybody loving the game of golf."

"We really lucked out with weather, sun burned away the fog for a great day. Amazing and iconic, nothing else to say."

"Lived up to the hype. Yes, it's expensive, but if you ever have the chance to play don't think twice about it."

"What an experience. Friendly staff, great course, great caddies, wonderful views, best experience in golf I have ever had!"

"Best course I've played by far. Stunning views and in great condition. Was a lot of money though..."

Golfshake's Derek Clements (who has played Pebble) said in this article: "But until the day I die I will never forget standing on the 18th tee, with the Pacific Ocean to the left and the waves crashing onto the fairway. A once-in-a-lifetime experience."

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How to Secure a Pebble Beach Tee Time

The easiest way to secure a tee time at Pebble Beach is by staying at the resort, booking your reservation at one of the several accommodation options up to 18 months in advance, ensuring that your dream round is secured long before you even step on a plane to America.

Resort guests will pay $625 for a round, while also enjoying benefical treatment at nearby The Links at Spanish Bay, Del Monte Golf Course and Spyglass Hill Golf Course.

Non-resort guests can still play at Pebble Beach, but they can only book the day before they wish to play, making it almost impossible to plan with any certainty considering those staying at the venue will have likely taken most (if not all) of the times.

But if you were fortunate and grasped an impromptu round at Pebble, it will cost $625 + a cart fee, totalling $680.

Golfbreaks Packages

Assuming you have decided to sample the full Pebble Beach experience and want your tee times in place and accommodation booked and planned for you, then our friends at Golfbreaks are worth exploring for more information.

They have several excellent packages available for three nights and two rounds (including Pebble Beach) or seven nights and four rounds (including Pebble Beach) when staying at The Inn at Spanish Bay.

The Lodge at Pebble Beach is another place to stay with packages available for three nights and two rounds (including Pebble Beach) or seven nights and four rounds (including Pebble Beach).

Finally, you have the five-star Casa Palmero at Pebble Beach, where you can stay for three nights and two rounds (including Pebble Beach) or seven nights and four rounds (including Pebble Beach).

Whichever option you elect for, the breathtaking majesty of Pebble Beach is within reach!

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