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Pacific Grove Golf Links - Point Pinos Lighthouse

Pacific Grove Golf Links is the Monterey Peninsula's sleeper course

Even among its more famous neighbors, Pacific Grove Golf Links shines like the beacon in the Point Pinos Lighthouse adjacent to the 16th tee. Once the best-kept secret on the Monterey Peninsula, Pacific Grove is a bit of serendipity not that much unlike Pebble Beach, Cypress Point, the Links at Spanish Bay and those other famed courses only minutes down the coast. For a fraction of the cost.
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The Links at Spanish Bay golf course

The Links at Spanish Bay: Protected dunes, authentic Scottish golf, weather

The Links at Spanish Bay is probably the most authentic replication of pure Scottish links golf you can find in the U.S. It's a stern test, especially when the breeze off the Pacific is bending the flags in half. You won't be disappointed in the golf course, but because the weather can mimic Scotland -- damp, cool, windy and gloomy -- your score might just soar if you are a fair-weather golfer.
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Clint Eastwood - AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am

You'll find both golf and the good life in Monterey

Monterey County's dramatic ocean scenery, pristine pine forests and historic communities continue to beckon adventure-seekers, seafarers, artists, writers and vacationers. And golfers will be in heaven in Monterey, what with Pebble Beach Resorts' four world-class golf courses at their fingertips.
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