Pebble beach golf trip

Old Jun 27, 17, 11:10 pm
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Pebble beach golf trip

Planning to take a trip to pebble beach with me, my dad, and father in law. Any suggestions on time of year, tee times, discounts, accommodations, or anything else? We will all be coming from Texas. Thanks in advance!
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Old Jun 27, 17, 11:18 pm
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The Californium destination forum would be the best place to get this sort of information.

Will moved your posting there.

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Old Jun 30, 17, 11:43 pm
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Sign up for the Pebble Beach Resorts emails...there are several multiple golf specials throughout the year. Confirm afternoon availability at Pebble on particular day, then book a discounted rate of ~$250 at Spyglass (or ~$200 at Spanish), early morning tee time, on that particular day. Then book a replay rate of ~$250 at Pebble on the same day. An afternoon tee time will be assigned but pro shop will slide you in following your morning round. No resort stay required. Play 36, it's a long day but completely worth it. This will need to occur during daylight savings time. Suggest early summer...tougher in late summer/October.

Accommodations, I love the IC Clement Monterey. Reasonably priced (available on points) and well located in downtown Monterey...right in the middle of town. 15 to 20 mins to Pebble Beach. Hyatt Carmel Highlands is beautiful and scenic but a ways from town. Hyatt Regency Monterey is just ok, outskirts of town.

Suggest Pacific Grove for a bargain course. Avoid Quail Lodge and Carmel Valley Ranch. Pasatiempo is a must if you have the time. Golf wise, Golf at Spanish Bay is average (compared to PB and Spy) but Spanish Bay is favorite to eat/drink post round...love the bagpiper. Lots of other great choices such as Bayonet/Blackhorse and Poppy. Of course, a few elite courses if you have access.

Lastly, if you're flying in or out of SFO, I have a strong affinity to Half Moon Bay and the Ritz. Play the Ocean course for spectacular views on numerous holes.

I golf in Monterey multiple times a year so feel free to ask questions.

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Old Jul 14, 17, 1:43 pm
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I don't know about golf, but weatherwise, September and October are typically our best warmest (70F-80F) months. Middle of summer and it's 63F at my house right now.

And if you haven't figured it out by now, hotel rates are higher over weekends vs weekdays.
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