The opening five holes are considered by many to be the finest seaside holes on the Monterey Peninsula. At the 6th hole the course turns inland and begins to look more like an East Coast parkland course than something found on coast of the Pacific Ocean. Don’t be fooled by the inland holes as they are some of the most difficult holes in the area which contributes to Spyglass Hill’s reputation of being the toughest course in Pebble Beach.
Local Knowledge: Take note of the home behind the 5th green. This is the house used in Clint Eastwood’s Play Misty For Me.