Tees Par Yards
Slope USGA Championship
Blue72 6,862 148 75.3
Gold72 6,480 144 73.6
White72 6,114 139 71.7
Red72 5,380 132
Spectacular 17 Mile Drive in Monterey's Pebble Beach gated area is one of a handful of pristine golf courses in the Pebble Beach area of Monterey County. Home to the rich and famous, the golf courses are not cheap to play, costing generally well above $100/day.
Spyglass Hill Golf Course is a public golf club owned and operated by the Pebble Beach Company. It overlooks the Pacific Ocean and provides stunning views from many holes. The Spyglass Hill Golf Course is one in the family of courses that include Pebble Beach Golf Links, The Links at Spanish Bay, and the Del Monte Golf Course. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr., it was chosen in Golf Digest as one of America's 100 Greatest Public Courses. Spyglass course features ocean views of the Pacific Ocean on the first five holes. The other 13 wind through the Del Monte Forest.
Spy Glass Hill Golf Course takes its name from the classic tale of Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson. It was inspired by the wonders of the peninsula's forest and sea. The holes on the course are named after characters in Treasure Island. The first hole, Treasure Island, goes down and to left almost 90 degrees. From the tee, a player can see the tops of the trees in the Del Monte Forest, the Santa Cruz Mountains and the Monterey Peninsula. Other hole names include "Black Dog" and "Billy Bones".