Monterey Wine Country

18 holes (Jack Neville and Douglas Grant) Universally regarded as one of the most beautiful courses in the world, it hugs the rugged coastline and has wide open views of Carmel Bay, opening to the Pacific Ocean on the south side of the Monterey Peninsula. The course has hosted seven men's major championships, and is the annual home of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (PGA Tour), and the First Tee Open, (PGA Tour Champions). Golf carts are included with your round, but restricted to the cart paths.  We have included one Fore Caddie per foursome to help ensure you enjoy the round of a lifetime at Pebble Beach.  

Portola Hotel and Spa at Monterey Bay, Monterey CA – (4 Star Hotel) 

Poppy Hills Golf Course

The AAA Four Diamond Portola Hotel and Spa offers coastal luxury by the bay. Ideally located, within a five minute walk of Old Fisherman's Wharf and within a mile of the famed Cannery Row, the Portola is the perfect home base for the start of your golf adventure. Gorgeous coastline sights from your upgraded Harbor View Room compliments the three on-site restaurants, 2 bars, and the full service spa on property. Be sure to bring comfortable footwear because Portola’s location at the foot of the harbor is ideal for exploring the many shops, restaurants, pubs, café’s and eateries, of Monterey Bay.  ​


Bayonet and Black Horse Golf Club

18 holes (Robert Muir Graves 1964, Todd Eckenrode (redesign 2015) Located in the Carmel Valley, this California Ranch-style golf resort is a 10-minute drive from the trendy and popular town of Carmel-By-The-Sea.  Known for its playability, pristine conditions and beautifully manicured greens, Quail Lodge & Golf Club is perfect for golfers looking to find a little peace and quiet.  

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71 Burbank Drive  -   Palm Coast, FL 32137  -    (904) 823 – 3083
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The Links at Spanish Bay

Cannery Row is the waterfront street bordering the city of Pacific Grove possessing picturesque charm and colorful history. Cannery Row itself is now a tourist attraction with many restaurants, cafes and shops, several of which are located in former cannery buildings. Some privately owned fishing companies still exist on Cannery Row, housed on piers located a short distance from the historic district frequented by tourists.  From Portola Hotel, guests may opt for the (20 min/1 mile) waterfront walk along the Monterey Peninsula Recreational Trail.

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Pebble Beach and Monterey 

17 Mile Drive is a scenic road through Pebble Beach and Pacific Grove on the Monterey Peninsula in California, much of which hugs the Pacific coastline and passes the famous golf courses, mansions and scenery. Primary scenic attractions include Cypress Point, Bird Rock, Point Joe, Pescadero Point, Fanshell Beach & Seal Point. As a guest of the Inn at Spanish Bay, you’ll receive complimentary access to the famous thoroughfare.

Located between Del Monte Forest and the Pacific shore among groves of tall Monterey pines, The Inn at Spanish Bay offers a luxurious retreat with 269 guest rooms and suites for golf enthusiasts and relaxation seekers alike.  After a day on the famous courses of the Pebble Beach Resort, you will enjoy your iconic surroundings with amenities including a gas-burning fireplace, luxurious 300-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets, complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs with cable and lavish modern bathrooms.

Spyglass Hill Golf Course

Quail Lodge & Golf Club

Whether you have a day - or two or three - Carmel-by-the-Sea will reward you with some of the world's finest scenery, historic sites, art galleries, restaurants, and boutique shops. On foot, by car, or both, there's no lack of things to do. Carmel-by-the-Sea's one-square mile village is as unique in charm as it is in fun facts.  Clint Eastwood was once mayor, in this European-style town less than 5 miles from Portola Hotel.

Pebble Beach Golf Links


18 holes (Chandler Egan, Jack Neville) Just over 5 miles from Pebble Beach Golf Links, on the north side of the peninsula, golfers find a “hidden gem” course with front 9 glimpses of Monterey Bay through fairways framed by Cypress trees, and an ocean-side back 9, cut through windswept dunes reminiscent of a traditional Scottish links.  Described by locals as charming, Pacific Grove might be the surprise you didn’t expect.

Bales of Chinese silks, barrels of Spanish wine, whaling ships, Navy cutters, and fishing boats by the score have passed docked here for centuries. A visit to the beautiful Monterey Peninsula isn't complete without a rendezvous with Old Fisherman's Wharf in downtown Monterey.  15 restaurants & fish markets, 3 candy shops, an ice cream store, a coffee/tea shop, 9 gift shops, 4 whale watching firms, 2 fishing companies and sailing, and glass bottom boat rides, are all here within a short walk of your hotel room.  Leave the car, you won’t need it.

18 holes (Tom Watson, Robert Trent Jones Jr., and Sandy Tatum) This Scottish inspired links-style golf course, amongst the gorgeous coastal sand dunes, make for a beautiful setting.  With a direct location on the beach, sand dunes are a factor on most holes and the wind (even on calm days) is ever present.  You're encouraged to hit low run-up shots and putt from off the green. The name of the course says it all: It's a links course and you're playing along beautiful Spanish Bay.  Best of all, the clubhouse is next door to your room!

The Monterey Peninsula has long been recognized as one of the most scenic golf destinations in the world. The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am is one of the most popular professional golf tournaments on the PGA Tour Calendar. Many golfers watch it each year on TV and we can arrange the opportunity for your group to play the same courses used for the tournament along with some outstanding others in the nearby area.  Many golfers say, "Pebble Beach is on my bucket list”!   We’ve done the busy work to build an itinerary that allows your group to play these iconic golf courses, and places you in luxurious hotels with ideal locations, that give you the opportunity to see a vast amount of this storied locale. 

This is a SELF DRIVE trip. Participants will have rental car options at airports in the area. We recommend flying to San Francisco International Airport (SFO), San Jose International Airport (SJC), or Monterey Regional Airport (MRY). Daily Self-Parking at Portola Hotel and at The Inn at Spanish Bay is included as part of your package.  Valet parking is available for additional hotel fees.  While in Monterey, you will self-drive to 3 rounds of golf.  At Pebble Beach Resort, guests may opt for the complimentary resort shuttle service to the golf courses or choose to use their own vehicles. As a guest at Pebble Beach Resort, you receive complimentary access to the famous 17 Mile Drive, one of the most scenic drives in the world. Completely within the resort property, this private roadway features stunning views 

Pacific Grove Golf Links

17-Mile Drive

36 holes (Gene Bates redesign) First opened, in 1954, on the Fort Ord military base, the 2 courses underwent full redesigns and reopened in 2008.  The 18 hole Black Horse Golf Course a 7,024-yard, par-72 layout, features sweeping vistas of the Pacific and is highlighted by fescue-framed fairways, bunkers with distinctive, serrated edges and slickly-contoured greens. The recent re-designs have revealed, breathtaking ocean vistas, improved playing options and new bent grass greens. Both courses were included in Golf Digest's "Best New Courses" issue for 2009 in the ultra-competitive "Remodel" category.  Just 6 miles from Portola Hotel make these a must play.

18 holes (Robert Trent Jones, Sr.) As an annual co-host of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, Spyglass Hill’s championship pedigree has been validated by the game’s very best. Sweeping ocean views with holes darting through the dunescape give way to the understated natural beauty and brawn of the Del Monte Forest.  Originally called Pebble Beach Pines Golf Club, it was renamed to Spyglass Hill by Samuel F. B. Morse, the founder of Pebble Beach, after the place in the novel Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson.

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The Monterey California coast is world-famous for unparalleled scenic beauty. Monterey’s world-class wines rely on those very same picture-perfect elements of warm sun, cool fog, and ancient soils which are all essential components to the winegrower’s art.  The Monterey region offers a total of 37 tasting rooms, five are in Monterey and 15 are close by in Carmel by the Sea.  If you enjoy wine, you'll have plenty of opportunities to sample some of the local vino!

The Inn at Spanish Bay, Pebble Beach Resort – 5 Star Luxury Hotel

Old Fisherman's Wharf Monterey Bay

18 holes (Robert Trent Jones Jr.) Chiseled through the towering Monterey Pines of the Del Monte Forest, Poppy Hills underwent a complete renovation in 2014 by Jones to incorporate bent grass greens, new drainage and irrigation systems, and firm fast conditions.  There is no rough anymore and the conditions resemble Chambers Bay to encourage the links style of play from golfers.

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Cannery Row