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The Legendary

Glamorous Cypress Point, Alister Mackenzie’s masterpiece woven through cypress, sand dunes and jagged coastline, wasn’t always the darling of America’s 100 Greatest. In the 2000s, member Sandy Tatum, the former USGA president who christened Cypress Point as the Sistine Chapel of golf, convinced the club not to combat technology by adding new back tees, but instead make a statement by celebrating its original architecture. So Cypress remains timeless, if short, its charm helped in part by superintendent Jeff Markow, who re-established Mackenzie’s unique bunkering with the help of old photographs. Amongst the world of golf, few courses are as revered as Cypress Point. Cypress Point Golf Course was created by the well renowned designer Alister Mackenzie and opened in 1928.

Extraordinary and timeless, Alister Mackenzie masterpiece is consistently rated as one of the top 3 golf courses ever created by all major publications.

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9th Hole Healing Course

The nicest rounding from the top extends all the way to the horizon. The longest Par 5s hole with a beautiful scenery that you may want to try a power shot. A right dog-leg hall with gentle uphill that requires calmed tee shot due to bunkers on both sides. It is a strategic hall that requires the landing position of the tee shot in accordance with own driving distance. Need to choose a direction of tee shot due to a bunker situated at the center of the fairway.

9th Hole Eco Course

The Eco Course’s first hall. It has a downhill slope on the right and stimulates slice if you want to go far. Ideal for attacking the left side of the fairway and starting comfortably if not overly aggressive. A strategic dog-leg hall that is located around a large hazard that necessitates a long driving distance as well as precise directivity to clear the hazard. Because of the downhill slope, attacking the right side of the fairway reduces the risk of clearing the hazard on the second shot. Longest Par 4s that increased the desire to test one’s driving ability. There are bunkers on both sides of the fairway, so a precise tee shot is required. In order to account for the wind effect, precise directivity is required.

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Regarded as the most exclusive course in the world, it is virtually impossible to play a round unless you are invited by a member. Signature Hole 16th Hole – 222 Yard Par 3 – This is one of the most famous and best holes on the known earth. Featuring the most exhilarating tee shot in golf, over 200 yards is required to carry the Pacific Ocean to a peninsula green framed by bunkers, rocks, and ice plant. A fairway left of the green is afforded as on option off the tee in the event the incoming winds are blowing too strong or if you just aren’t feeling confident enough with your hybrid/fairway wood to fire straight at the green.

The pinnacle of your golfing existance is reached on this tee box the first time you step on it. The course opened 93 years ago on August 11, 1928; Byington Ford, Roger D. Lapham, and Marion Hollins were trailblazers for the project. The course was designed in 1928 by golf course designer Alister MacKenzie, collaborating with fellow golf course architect Robert Hunter.

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California's Best Golf Course 2019

Ranked #2 on Golf Magazine's 2011 List of the Top 100 Golf Courses in the World

The best par 3s on the Monterey Peninsula, as ranked by Jim Nantz

100 Greatest History: Ranked since 1966. Highest ranking: No. 2, 1987-88. Previous ranking: 3

Dr. Alister MacKenzie's work has set the standard by which golf course architecture is measured. Memberships don't open up until someone dies, that's right - it's that special.

Club House

Cypress Point Club is a private golf club on the West Coast of the United States, along the Central Coast of California. The club has a single 18-hole course, one of eight on the Monterey Peninsula near Monterey. The course is well known for a series of dramatic holes along the Pacific Ocean that have been named as some of the best in golf. Cypress Point Club was a co-host of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, originally The Bing Crosby Tournament, until 1991. In 1981, Cypress Point hosted the only Walker Cup held on Californian soil. Cypress Point has frequently placed in the top three of Golf Magazine’s ranking of the “Top 100 Golf Courses in the World.” Cypress Point has unrivaled natural beauty. Cypress Point will always hold a position in the highest echelons of golf history.

The Resorts

Pebble Beach Resorts has been a distinctive coastal retreat for magnificent lodgings on California’s gorgeous Monterey Peninsula for more than a century. At each of Pebble Beach’s three distinct properties, you may enjoy calm leisure and exceptional service: The Pebble Beach Lodge, Relaxed elegance, exquisite hospitality, ageless architecture, and a spectacular oceanfront setting define this hotel. It also has the notable inclusion of Fairway One. The Spanish Bay Inn, The Inn is a lovely coastal retreat with magnificent sand dunes and an unending vista of the Pacific Ocean. Finally, Casa Palmero tucked away in an exclusive and intimate Mediterranean-style estate, Casa Palmero is the pinnacle of personal service and deluxe privacy.

A Celebration of Luxury and Breathtaking Beauty, a landmark destination, this is the trip you will measure all other trips against.