Pacific Grove Golf Course
77 Asilomar Blvd
Pacific Grove, CA 93950-2037, United States

This old-school oceanside course features an attractive blend of parkland and links golf with views of the Pacific Ocean, Point Pinos Lighthouse, Crespi Pond, and Asilomar's natural sand dunes. The first nine debuted in 1932 with a design by 1904 and 1905 U.S. Amateur champion Chandler Egan and plays through the forested areas of Pacific Grove. Egan's nine takes you through inland terrain reminds of English rural courses. The second nine opened in 1960 and was designed by Pebble Beach co-designer Jack Neville.
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Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$50 - $59
   Weekend:$60 - $74
   9-hole fees available anytime.
Superintendent:Dan Gho
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Season Start:Year-round, weather permitting
Reserved Tee Times:
Pro Shop :yes
Pro Shop Hours:Dawn - dusk
Driving Range:yes
Water Hazards:Scarce
Sand Bunkers:Moderate


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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
6/2/18 Dave Fitz 88
5/9/18 ecphillips 87
4/30/18 bradsearby 91
4/4/18 rwalls64 89
12/11/17 Holcombeld 80
11/2/17 Holcombeld 80
9/18/17 rtg1662 96
9/7/17 Holcombeld 84
8/19/17 khancock 90
8/17/17 nelsonCSkCddie 87
7/26/17 author1 46*
7/22/17 mrkg1313 85
7/20/17 nelsonCSkCddie 96
7/13/17 Holcombeld 81
7/2/17 ClarkL446 86
6/25/17 pacman66 96
6/22/17 masaew 96
5/3/17 Johnthehacker 106
4/21/17 RFBrown1 74
4/3/17 ljliroff931 86
3/25/17 rkuhns 111
2/27/17 The Brown Crew 86
2/19/17 FORRRE 91
2/19/17 Nike BOB 99
2/13/17 mnielson 82

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Recent Reviews

  goaliedad30 - 8/31/15
Spectacular Monterey Bay views on the back nine. A lovely little gem that isn't overly difficult, but makes for a beautiful day of seaside golf.
  zaper9 - 6/18/15
back nine is worth the trip.
  bpdurkin - 9/13/14
tee boxes A little rough. greens a tad bumpy but roll true. back nine has gorgeous views on a clear day of Monterey bay
  X Flier - 2/11/14
I have played here several times. It is a fun course. You get what you pay for. I recommend walking. As stated by everyone the back nine is worth your money
  toddchretien - 12/19/12
The front nine leaves a little to be desired but the back nine is as good as many of the surrounding ocean courses for a fraction of the costs.
  ditchrunner63 - 9/19/12
Great value. the whole back nine is on the Bay.
  JRB1 - 6/22/12
Front 9 is a cheap Muni, back nine is a beautiful experience.
  Da Lawn Mower - 3/5/12
Starter is bitter, food is over priced
  Gerryball - 12/6/11
Best place to play in Monterey for the price. Would play there everyday.
  JonPariser - 8/25/11
Known as the "poor man's Pebble Beach," the Pacific Grove lynx boasts two nine-hole courses in one! The front is inland with lots of trees; the back is an ocean style lynx course. Lots of fun, relatively short, but somewhat challenging. Foprgiving for older golfers and high handicappers; distance and accuracy are less important in PG!
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