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Pebble Beach Co. reveals new Tiger Woods designed short course

By |  April 6, 2021 0 Comments

Pebble Beach Co. will be debuting a new creation this spring. The Hay, located on the site of the former Peter Hay Golf Course, will feature a redesigned nine-hole short course. The location will also feature the resort’s first putting course and a new restaurant. The area was created in partnership with Tiger Woods and his TGR Design firm. The Hay is designed to attract golfers of all abilities and ages.

The Hay, a re-designed nine-hole short course, located on the site of the former Peter Hay Golf Course. (Photo courtesy of Martin Miller)

The Hay, a redesigned nine-hole short course, is located on the site of the former Peter Hay Golf Course. (Photo courtesy of Martin Miller)

The Hay was created with the legacy of the original creator, Peter Hay, in mind. Hay, a longtime head professional at both Pebble Beach and Del Monte golf courses, had a passion for introducing newcomers, especially juniors, to the game. That legacy will continue at the new course as juniors age 12 and under will play the short course for free. Additionally, all golfers will have access to the putting course for no cost.

The 2nd hole at The Hay is an exact replica of Pebble Beach Golf Links’ 7th hole. (Photo courtesy of Martin Miller)

The second hole at The Hay is a replica of Pebble Beach Golf Links’ seventh hole. (Photo courtesy of Martin Miller)

The course was created to honor Pebble Beach’s rich history. Hole No. 2 is a replica of Pebble Beach Golf Links’ seventh hole. The hole, one of the most iconic in the sport, will now be available for more people to play.

Each of the other eight holes’ yardage corresponds to a significant year in Pebble Beach history. Each hole will feature a plaque explaining the story. For example, hole No. 4 will be just 47 yards to commemorate the year 1947, which saw Bing Crosby bring the original Pro-Am tournament to Pebble Beach. That event is one of the longest-running on the PGA Tour. Hole No. 9 will feature a story from Tiger Woods. The 100-yard hole honors Wood’s win at the 2000 U.S. Open Championship, which was the 100th tournament and was played at Pebble Beach.

Hole #9 honoring Tiger Woods win at the 100th U.S. Open Championship at Pebble Beach. (Photo courtesy of Martin Miller)

Hole No. 9 honoring Tiger Woods win at the 100th U.S. Open Championship at Pebble Beach. (Photo courtesy of Martin Miller)

The resort’s new putting course will rotate regularly through over a dozen different routings. The area can be used to introduce a beginner to the game, sharpen the skills of an avid player or as a way to unwind before dinner. The restaurant is located behind the ninth green. The casual indoor and outdoor venue is set to open this fall.

The course design was created to welcome golfers of all abilities and ages. (Photo courtesy of Sherman Chu)

The course design was created to welcome golfers of all abilities and ages. (Photo courtesy of Sherman Chu)

The course will open April 16.



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