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PEBBLE BEACH RESORTS


course rewards tournament participants for aggressive shots and accuracy when hitting approaches to its small, unforgiving greens. Tournaments such as the


Pebble Beach New Year’s Championship in De- cember, the Pebble Beach Mixed Team Champion- ship in March and the Clay Walker Charity Classic in July, also include numerous other benefits and ameni- ties to make any visit to Pebble Beach Resorts even more unforgettable. From welcome receptions, tee gifts and post-round catered functions to special musical concerts, event tickets and award ceremonies, tourna- ments at Pebble Beach Resorts offer a unique experience from sign-in to check-out found nowhere else in the world. Guests can even take


their experience to the next level and coordinate a custom-tailored and personalized Pebble Beach championship. For friends, family or even business partners, Pebble Beach Resorts will create the ideal tournament from top to bottom, from the moment players enter 17-Mile Drive to the last winning putt on No. 18. The options for building any championship moment at Pebble Beach Resorts are truly endless. Walk in the footsteps of those immortalized legends, and make plans to hoist a trophy today. For more informa- tion, visit www.Pebble- Beach.com or contact Brit- tany Cooley at the Pebble Beach Resorts Tournament Office at (877) 853-5864 or cooleyb@pebblebeach.com.


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The All-New Pebble Beach Golf Academy and Practice Facility F


or nearly 100 years, Pebble Beach Resorts has provided a once-in-a-lifetime experience for golfers from around the world. In 2014, that experience will improve again with the new Pebble Beach Golf Academy


and Practice Facility. Golfers will soon find new state-of-the-art training resources perfectly complementing Pebble Beach Golf Links—the No. 1-rated public golf course in America by Golf Digest—perfect for honing any skill level or taking instruction from some of the best teachers in the country. Constructed across the street from the current driving range and adjacent to the par-3 Peter Hay


Golf Course, the new double-ended practice facility will offer nearly twice the size of the existing space. The advantage of this location is clear—it provides resort guests with a simu- lation of what they will face when they play Pebble Beach Golf Links. Great care has been taken to provide guests with practice grounds that mirror the intricacies of a course that has challenged legends of the game across 11 USGA Championships and numerous other pro- fessional tournaments. “The practice facility will feature the same kind of bunkering, green speeds and similar shot values as Pebble Beach Golf Links,” said Pebble Beach Golf Academy Director Laird Small. “For a pre-round warm-up, it will be nothing short of ideal.” The same attention to detail also highlights the new Pebble Beach Golf Academy. As Pebble Beach Com-


pany Executive Vice President of Golf & Retail R.J. Harper says, the vision for this new 3,000-square-foot fa- cility is to “provide the modern player with everything they need, from individual game improvement and group instruction to complete warm-up training and club fitting. It’s exactly what you would expect from Pebble Beach Resorts—world-class, exciting and cutting-edge.” Utilizing the latest in game improvement technology, the Pebble Beach Golf Academy can break down


every nuance of a golfer’s game, giving an overall picture of swing efficiency, or deficiency, to help make golf more satisfying and ensure guests have the best overall experience on the course. World-renowned instructors Small and Dan Pasquariello—both listed as top teachers in the United States by Golf Digest and Golf maga- zine—will continue to provide personalized instruction and custom-tailored lessons alongside this advanced technology. The new complex is set to open in January 2014, in time for the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro- Am, and all current facilities will be open to guests during construction.


AN ENDURING FAVORITE: DEL MONTE GOLF COURSE AND THE DUKE’S CLUB


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ore than 115 years of history hosting national tournaments, charity golf outings and numerous group events has made Del Monte Golf Course one of the hidden golf secrets of the Monterey Peninsula. Designed by golf and polo enthusiast Charles Maud in 1897, this inland course has challenged professionals and amateurs alike from across the world. It was the original host of the California State Amateur, and continues to serve as one of the host courses for the annual Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach, and the Callaway Pebble Beach Invitational. Del Monte Golf Course is also home to the famous Duke’s Club Membership, an incompa- rable value for golfers throughout Northern Cali- fornia looking for great rates on golf, discounts on merchandise and dining, and the chance to


share the title of “Duke” with Samuel F.B. Morse. For the annual fee of $299, members enjoy the following benefits: Up to 60% off green fees at Spyglass Hill Golf Course, The Links at Spanish Bay and Del Monte Golf Course





20% dining discount at select Pebble Beach Resorts restaurants 25% merchandise discount at Del Monte


Pro Shop Frequent golfer rewards, special events opportunities, Stay & Play package offers and much more.


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Additional family cards are also available for spouses and juniors. For more information, call the Del Monte Pro Shop at (831) 373-2700 or visit www.PebbleBeach.com.


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