Spyglass Hill

Ranked 58th best golf course in the United States. Considered by some as the hardest course on the Monterey Peninsula. Designed by Robert Trent Jones in 1966. Cypress Trees and California Pines line the fairways as they descend towards the Pacific Ocean. Wind plays a major factor on this course, and will certainly test the mental and physical toughness of your game.

 
Landmark, five-star oceanfront hotel adjacent to the 18th green of Pebble Beach Golf Links. Rooms offer balconies and fireplaces, some with course views. Dining options include an American tavern, seafood bar and grill, wood-roasted specialty restaurant, café, and cocktail lounge. Amenities aside from the golf course include an outdoor pool, tennis club, fitness center offering yoga classes, and shopping mall.
Upscale golf resort overlooking the Links at Spanish Bay, and the Pacific Ocean beyond.  Dining Options include a sports bar, and italian restaurant, and a Hawaiian-themed grill.  Other amenities include an outdoor poo and tennis courts, as well as a fitness center.  Enjoy a complimentary shuttle the the other Pebble Beach Resort facilities and golf courses.    



  
 
For those looking for a quiet retreat while visiting Pebble Beach, Casa Palmero is your answer. This luxurious five-star Mediterranean estate overlooking the first two holes of Pebble Beach Golf Links features 24 private rooms. Amenities include an on-site lounge, access to members-only beach and fitness clubs, library, living room and hearted outdoor pool. With your stay at Casa Palmero, you also have access to all of the amenities within the Pebble Beach Resort properties