Del Monte Golf Club
Del Monte Golf Course overview
Opened in 1897, Del Monte Golf Course is the oldest course in continuous operation west of the Mississippi. Designed by Englishman Charles Maud, this inland course is located 2 miles away from the resort and proves to be a firm test for golfers of all abilities. Located on the idyllic Monterey Peninsula, there are few better places in which to enjoy a game of golf.
Golf Course at Del Monte Golf Course
The layout at Del Monte Golf Club is beautifully designed and one that is not to be missed while staying at Pebble Beach. It was the original host of the California State Amateur and continues to serve as one of three courses on which the Callaway Golf Pebble Beach Invitational is played.
The wide tree-lined fairways may look inviting from the tee; however, a good short game is required to take on the undulating greens. Like any great design, this course has a thrilling finish; the long hitters can reach the par-5 17th in 2 shots while the shorter hitters can still find a tempting scoring opportunity. The 18th is another risk-reward hole that will test golfers' nerves.
Accommodation near Del Monte Golf Club
The Lodge at Pebble Beach
The Lodge at Pebble Beach™ is in a picturesque location on the pacific coastline. This luxurious property affords guests access to each of the world-renowned Pebble Beach Courses.
The Inn at Spanish Bay - Pebble Beach
Nestled in the most idyllic location among the Monterey Pines and with breath-taking coastline views and a touch of Scottish-links style golf - this is a must stay for all golfers alike.
Casa Palmero - Pebble Beach
Casa Palmero™ at Pebble Beach Resorts® is a 5-star property that features exquisitely designed Mediterranean-style rooms and grants guests’ access to the famed Pebble Beach® golf courses.