Check the yardage book: Pebble Beach Golf Links for the 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am on the PGA Tour
Pebble Beach Golf Links in California – the main course to be used in the 2023 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am – originally was designed by amateur architects Douglas Grant and Jack Neville and opened in 1919. The famed layout on cliffs above Stillwater Cove and the Pacific Ocean has seen many renovations over the decades, including work done by William Herbert Fowler, Alister MacKenzie, H. Chandler Egan, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and others.
Pebble Beach Golf Links is one of three courses to host the Pro-Am. Also in play for the first three rounds will be Monterey Peninsula Country Club’s Shore Course redesigned by Mike Strantz and Spyglass Hill Golf Club designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. Each player has one round on each of the three courses in the first three rounds before the cut, then the final round will be at Pebble Beach Golf Links.
Combined, the threesome of courses are among the best of the PGA Tour’s West Coast Swing as well as the entire PGA Tour season.
Pebble Beach Golf Links – the namesake of Pebble Beach Resorts – ranks No. 9 on Golfweek’s Best list of classic courses in the U.S., and it is No. 1 in California on Golfweek’s Best list of public-access layouts in each state. It is also No. 1 on Golfweek’s Best list of all public-access courses in the U.S.
Thanks to yardage books provided by StrackaLine – the maker of detailed yardage books for thousands of courses around the world – we can see exactly the challenges the pros face this week at Pebble Beach Golf Links.