A California golf vacation wouldn’t be complete without visiting Pacific Grove Golf Links. The course is very player-friendly – it’s not too long, no tough doglegs, blind shots, few waters, and wide fairways that parallel each other. The greens are well-maintained and the bunkers are manicured. It has a lot more surprises, like the stunning ocean views, that one can tell it’s a must visit golf destination.
Pacific Grove Golf Links is a public 18-hole course that was originally designed by Chandler Egan in 1932. Playing on the first nine will take the golfers through the forest of Pacific Grove, reflecting the charm of an English rural course made in old style. The back nine that is designed by Jack Neville is bordered by sand dunes and ice plants. The remarkable coastline features the views of Lover’s Point, Crespi Pond, Point Pinos, and the dunesland at Asilomar. A scenic tour to this golf vacation destination will enchant the guests with the abundance of its natural wonders like the seals, sea lions, Blacktail Deer, sea otters, gulls, and pelicans.
Pacific Grove Golf Links is the perfect place to end the golf vacation because of its great features, not to mention its newly built, award-winning Golf Shop and club house. Zagat Survey ranked this golf links as one of America’s Best Golf Courses. In addition to that, it was also recognized as One of the Nation’s Top 50 Golf Courses Under $50 by Golf Magazine. With these features, amenities, and awards, at a very affordable price, this golf destination will complete the golf adventure of every guest.