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Pebble Beach Resorts

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Pebble Beach, California

To play Pebble Beach Resorts Golf Courses means to play the legend. While playing one of the resorts courses you become part of this legend. You will be playing the toughest hole on the PGA TOUR and will be walking in the footsteps of the greatest names in the game of golf. 
At Pebble Beach Resorts you will find 5 spectacular golf courses: 18-hole Pebble Beach Golf Links, named Greatest Public Golf Course in America, 18-hole Spyglass Hill Golf Course, 18-hole The Links at Spanish Bay, 18-hole Del Monte Golf Course and the Peter Hay Golf Course, an 9-hole par-3 golf Executive Course with a focus on the short game.

Torrey Pines Golf Course

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La Jolla, California

The 36-holes of Torrey Pines Golf Course (1957) are located in La Jolla, Southern California. Torrey Pines, named after a rare tree that grows in San Diego County and on Santa Rosa Island, is owned and operated by the city with the same name. It offers two picturesque and widely recognizable championship 18-hole golf courses - the North Course and the South Course - originally designed by William F. Bell and renovated in 2001 by Reese Jones. Every year Torrey Pines is host to the PGA TOUR's Farmers Insurance Open event. It also hosted the U.S. Open Championship in 2008.
The South Course sits on the coastal cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Depending on the weather the professional golfers are often facing typically brutal conditions. When stretched to it's maximum length it is the longest golf course played on the PGA TOUR.

 

Sonoma Golf Club

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Sonoma, California

The 18-hole course of Sonoma Golf Club in the heart of the Sonoma Valley Wine Country was designed under the auspices of Sonoma Mission Inn in 1928 by Sam Whiting, architect of San Francisco's prestigious Olympic Club Lake Course, the historic golf course was sold during the Great Depression. It was reunited with the resort in the fall of 1998, and privatized in September 2001.

Playing just over 7,100 yards from the championship tees, this classic layout offers strategic choices and challenges that excite golfers of all levels. The course runs through rolling terrain highlighted by massive oaks, lakes and sweeping vistas of the Mayacamas Mountains and neighboring vineyards. 

The Sonoma Golf Club was the former home of the PGA Champions Tour season ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship.