Pebble Beach is one of the major golf course in the U.S. that gives access to the public which is a rarity. It is the second-best-known golf course in the country but contrary to other famous courses that have exclusive and reserved courses, Pebble Beach lets the public in and play. Plus it’s a big deal when the U.S. Open is played at Pebble Beach as it is typically held at a private club like Winged Foot in New York, Oakmont in Pittsburgh, or Congressional Country Club in D.C.
It gives the visitors option to play at the famous 18th hole along the ocean, the most difficult short par 3 in existence and the less-than-100-yard 7th hole. It is possible to get tee time at Pebble Beach but it definitely is not cheap.
A round of golf costs $550 which does not include cart or caddy fees. So if planning to play on Pebble Beach, it will approximately cost one $700 a day. And according to https://sportandoutdoorhq.com, it needs to be planned well because Pebble Beach tee times book weeks in advance. And if one plans to play on weekends, then they have to plan it at least 2 months in advance.
There are rooms available at The Lodge at Pebble Beach that cost between $900 and $7,000 per night. Golf playing fees is not inclusive to this and nor the staying visitors receive any discounts. Guests and members of the public pay the same amount. The resort guests get a $45 cart complimentary with the room.
A post-round meal at The Tap Room, referred to as “the trophy room” even though pricey, is recommended. The food is worth it at the 18th green at one of the most famous golf courses in the world and a perfect way to finish off your day.