About Pacific Grove Golf Links in Pacific Grove, California
Pacific Grove Golf Links on Point Pinos in Pacific Grove is your inexpensive, by comparison, alternative to the nearby Pebble Beach golf courses. Due to the location and ocean views, it has become a very popular public course.
Pacific Grove Golf Links is a full 18 hole course with a par of 70 due to three par 3 holes on the front nine and just a single par 5 on the back nine. The white tees are 5571 yards and the blues aren’t much longer at 5727.
The facilities include a golf pro shop, a restaurant, The Grill at Point Pinos, and a small warm-up driving range (irons only).
The course opened in 1932 with nine holes designed by H. Chandler Egan (still called the Egan Nine). Later in 1960 the back nine opened in the dunes on Point Pinos using land that the city of Pacific Grove leased from the US Coast Guard. The architect Jack Neville designed these holes to have a Scottish or Irish feel by following the natural dunes terrain. This portion of the course (the Neville Nine) offers grand views of the ocean and wraps around the Point Pinos Lighthouse. In 2006 the city finally took ownership of that land and agreed to ecological preservation of the dunes around the course.
- 77 Asilomar Blvd
Pacific Grove, CA 93950
- (831) 648-5775
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