Pacific Grove Golf Links

77 Asilomar Blvd , Pacific Grove, CA



Total Yardage5732
Course TypeRegulation
WalkabilityNo preference


Pacific Grove Golf Links hearkens back to a time when a simple yet elegant design allowed a course's natural features to assume center stage. Here along the dramatic coastline of the Monterey Peninsula, you'll enjoy wide-ranging views highlighting geography (Point Pinos, Crespi Pond), wildlife (Pacific Blacktail deer, seals, sea lions, otters, pelicans, and an annual migration of Monarch Butterflies), and enchanting human constructions like the Point Pinos Lighthouse (the longest continuously operating lighthouse?since 1855?in California). The front nine was designed by Chandler Egan in 1932 to guide players through the forested areas of Pacific Grove. In 1960, Jack Neville, the original designer of the Pebble Beach Golf Links, added to the mystique with a back nine laid out in true links style, traversing dunesland as it finds its way to the sea. With small greens and few bunkers, Pacific Grove offers an unpretentious golfing challenge in an area renowned the world over as a feast for the eyes and a tonic for the soul. Learn more

Year Founded1932
ArchitectH. Chandler Eagan/Jack Neville

Individual Tee Stats

Tee NameParYardageCourse RatingSlope RatingDifficulty ? A course’s difficulty rating represents how many strokes over par a bogey golfer can expect to shoot, under normal course and weather conditions.
White (L)70557171.612094.2