Monterey Peninsula Country Club (Shore)

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Pebble Beach, California | Monterey Peninsula Country Club (Shore)

Architect: Bob Baldock / Mike Strantz
Year: 1961 / 2004

3000 Club Road
Pebble Beach, California 93953
(831) 373-1556

Course Access: Private

driving range available
motorized golf carts and caddies available

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With 13 holes set along the coast of the Pacific Ocean, this golf course may be one of the most scenic on the beautiful Monterey Peninsula.  A great combination of fun holes and gorgeous scenery make this a golf experience that will not be forgotten.

Local Knowledge: This course is very exposed to the elements so be prepared for the possibility of  extremely intense wind on the coastal holes.

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Bill Satterfield

Monterey Peninsula Country Club (Shore)

What to Expect: Before teeing it up at Monterey Peninsula Country Club's Shore course (MPCC), I figured it would be a good course but I wasn't prepared to be hit with one of the best golf courses I've ever had the pleasure of playing. Mike Strantz is an artistic genius that makes playing MPCC feel like traveling through a series of stunning paintings crafted out by a master. Strantz left little evidence of the 1961 Bob Baldock course and rerouted most of the holes so that they now faced the crown jewel of all courses; Cypress Point. The course uses the cypress tree perfectly throughout the course to frame holes and/or greens and masterfully crafts bunkers to seamlessly flow throughout the course like the sands of the nearby beach. While the property isn't quite as ideal as Cypress Point's, the course still affords the golfer the experience of playing through the… More >

The Itinerant Golfer

Monterey Peninsula Country Club (Shore)

This was my second round of the day. When someone asks for your best 36 hole day I’m not sure it gets much better than Cypress Point in the morning and Monterey Peninsula Country Club’s Shore course in the afternoon. Some days are pretty good. The Monterey Peninsula Country Club is an old club dating back to the 1920s. They have 36 holes between their Dunes course and Shore course. The Shore course is the one that is on the Top 100 list and it boasts the most seaside holes of any course on the Monterey Peninsula with 13. Although the club itself dates back to the 1920s the Shore course is brand new . . . well, sort of. In January of 2002 the club awarded the redesign contract of the Shore course to Mike Strantz who completely rerouted the course, and from what I understand the new layout… More >