Pacific Grove Golf Links
Pacific Grove, California | 18 holes | Parkland/Links | Par: 70 | 5727 yards
Originally designed by Chandler Egan in 1932, the first nince holes takes you through the forested areas of Pacific Grove. Egan's nine takes you through an inland terrain and reflects much of the charm of an English rural course done in the old style.
The back nine was designed by Jack Neville, the original designer of the Pebble Beach Links. It opened in 1960, and is laid out in true links design over dunesland that approaches the sea.
Over looking the course is the Point Pinos Lighthouse. Built in 1855, it is the longest continuously operating lighthouse in California. It is a historical sentinel and picturesque landmark of the golf course.
A scenic tour of the dramatic coastline provides views of Lover's Point, Point Pinos, Crespi Pond and the natural dunesland at Asilomar. You will be enchanted by the abundance of natural wonders such as the plentiful Pacific Blacktail Deer, seals, sea lions, sea otters, pelicans and gulls.
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At a glance
- Holes: 18
- Designed by: H. Chandler Egan, Jack Neville
- Type: Public
- Style: Parkland/Links
- Built in: 1932
- Golf Season: Year round
- Visitor Policy: Open
- Tee times welcomed: Search tee times
- Driving range: Yes
- Putting green: Yes
- Teaching pro: Yes
- Golf school / golf academy:
- Pro: Yes
- Rental clubs: Yes
- Rental carts: Yes
- Pull carts: Yes
- Week days: $20 - $42
- Weekends: $20 - $48 Tee times from $45 - Check prices / availability
Pacific Grove, California 93950