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Golf Course Review Spanish Bay Golf Links Pebble Beach California
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Pebble Beach, CA Reviewed by: eddiemiester, Folsom
Played Spanish Bay on Monday January 30th as part of the Northern California Golf Association (NCGA) Winter special.
It was me and my best friend, just the two of us and we walked it with our push carts. While carts were included you should know that Pebble, Spyglass and Spanish Bay are cart path only. We figured you do just as much walking with a cart so why not just walk. Spanish bay allows pull/push carts Pebble does not and I’m not sure about Spyglass. Please call ahead. One other thing you should know is they don’t have a range. Plan to visit Spyglass or Pebble to hit balls first. It’s not far and it is included with our package. At Spanish Bay they do have a nice putting green and a small chipping area right behind the Pro-shop and next to the first tee.
The first hole takes your breathe away. Par 5 that runs right along the coastline and your approach to the green is looking right out to the pacific. Many of the holes are along the ocean. Some run towards it some run away while others and like the first some are parallel. The back nine has a few more holes the are back in the forest but in my honest opinion they are all wonderful.
Be careful on #11 the top hat hole. You can put up a big number around that green. Number 14 is a great par 5 downhill with nothing but ocean behind. I’ll spare you the hole by hole description but I absolutely loved the course. Some people complain about blind tee shots, but I had a yardage guide and it gave me enough information to get around in 75 — Just saying. Do get a yardage guide for$10 or have a good Skycaddie.
The greens were immaculate and not overly fast. They rolled very true and the ocean didn’t influence the putts as I thought it would. Glad I asked the starter. Read them right and you’ll be fine. Two groups behind us was LT. Didn’t meet him but it added a little excitement. The NCGA special was $175 and they give you a gift card for $75 to spend at the resort. In my opinion well worth it and I’ll be back next year. In fact with the special you can play Spyglass and Spanish bay for the price of Pebble — Again, just saying.