Most people think strictly of Pebble Beach Golf Links when thinking of playing golf at Pebble Beach. This is largely because it is arguably one of the most stunning visual courses in the world with the 7th hole appearing to jut out into the sea. However, there are actually eight courses, public and private, in Pebble Beach, California.

Scenic golf hole at Pebble Beach in Monterey , California

Scenic golf hole at Pebble Beach in Monterey , California

The other seven golf courses in Pebble Beach include:

  • Spyglass Hill Golf Course,
  • The Links at Spanish Bay,
  • Peter Hay Golf Course,
  • Cypress Point Club,
  • Poppy Hills
  • The Dunes Course (owned by Monterey Peninsula Country Club)
  • The Shore Course (also owned by Monterey Peninsula Country Club)

The Del Monte Golf Course, is also located in nearby Monterey. These outstanding golf courses combined with access to stellar resorts, beautiful ocean views, world class spas, dining, and shopping, make Pebble Beach a premiere destination for those who love the game of golf and those who love golfers.

Pebble Beach Golf Links has been rated the number one Public Golf Course in America by Golf Digest and has been home to a wide range of championships since 1919, including five U.S. Opens. The fact that it’s a public golf course means you do not have to purchase a membership in order to play on this amazing course golf legends are built on.

About Pebble Beach

Pebble Beach, CA is a small, affluent community that is home to beautiful views, amazing golf, and a service industry designed to facilitate great golf. It is, or has been, home to many famous residents, including:

  • Condoleezza Rice
  • Charles R. Schwab
  • Alan Shepard
  • Clint Eastwood
  • James Doolittle
  • George Lopez
  • Pete Incaviglia

Pebble Beach, which is largely owned by the Pebble Beach Company, is a gated community – one that charges an entrance fee for tourists driving through. Locals have badges affixed to their cars letting gate attendants know they are free to pass.

A look at the 18th green at Pebble Beach.

A look at the 18th green at Pebble Beach.

The weather in Pebble Beach, while often foggy, is comfortable for a day of golf nearly year round. With an entire community that seems to be built around golf, this is good news for the local economy – and for the many visitors who flock to the city throughout the year.

Why Schedule a Private Jet Charter to Pebble Beach

While golf is the main attraction for many visitors, Pebble Beach is also an outstanding venue for other attractions. The beach itself is a popular choice for destination weddings and for beach lovers. There are nature trails, an equestrian center, tennis, the drive to Big Sur, and access to other nearby attractions like Monterey, 17 mile drive, Cannery Row, the Monterey Bay Aquarium, and Monterey wine country.

Travelers to the area find they never run out of things to do during their stay and some find the exclusive spas, restaurants, and shopping to be enough of an attraction to keep them close to their resorts and the amenities available there.

Chartering a Private Jet to Play Golf at Pebble Beach

Pebble Beach itself doesn’t have any airports. The closest airport is the Monterey Regional Airport (MRY). It is approximately six miles from Pebble Beach and offers regularly scheduled regional flights to locations like San Francisco, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Denver, and Phoenix, along with private jet traffic.

Salinas Municipal Airport (SNS) is approximately 30 minutes from Pebble Beach and another great choice for visitors to Pebble Beach to consider. Other regional and international airports nearby include:

When you’re ready to schedule your dream golf getaway and golf in the footsteps of legends, call Presidential Aviation so that your golf adventure is a truly amazing experience at every turn.