Spyglass Hill Golf Course
Spyglass Hill Golf Club overview
Spyglass Hill™ boasts surreal sweeping ocean views, whilst holes wind through the spectacular dunescape and move into the Del Monte Forest. The sheer beauty on show across the layout is enough to make this a great course, but the fantastically designed holes make this one of the best courses in the world. The layout is an annual co-host of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am where the best pros and famous amateurs take on this fantastic course.
Spyglass Hill Course overview
Designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. All the holes at the impressive Monterey Spyglass Hill Golf Club are named after characters and places from Treasure Island. The first hole is called Treasure Island, and is a downhill 595 yard par 5, which doglegs almost 90 degrees to the left. One of the more renowned holes is the fourth, a 370 yard par- 4 named Blind Pew, which Robert Trent Jones has called his favorite par 4. Other hole names include The Black Spot (3rd), Captain Flint (10th), and Long John Silver (14th). Golf Digest has ranked Spyglass Hill as high as 5th on its list of 'America's 100 Greatest Public Courses'.
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Accommodation near Spyglass Hill Golf Course
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.
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Facilities at Spyglass Hill Golf Course
- Driving Range
- Pro shop