Pebble Beach Golf Links

Pebble Beach Golf Links

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    Price: $14.99
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    Description

    What are Caddytips? Caddytips are downloadable Adobe PDF files that help a golfer learn how to play the course listed above by providing local knowledge to each shot on every hole.

    Caddytips are written guides that print on regular US letter size paper 8.5 x 11 inches and have cut lines that allow a golfer to create a quarter-page booklet 4.25 x 5.5 inches. Now the golfer has a convenient pocket-sized guide that will help them develop a course strategy and shoot better rounds.

    Caddytips are for golfers of all abilities whether you are a scratch golfer or a 30-handicap.

    What do Caddytips consist of? Caddytips contain important golf course information necessary for golfers to achieve the best results based on their skill level.

    Caddytips begin with the name of the specific course outlined and is followed by several General Tips. These Tips will help a golfer prepare better prior to their round. For instance, a course with several long par 3s would have a General Tip saying to practice your long irons prior to your round.

    Caddytips also include descriptions of each hole for the course listed above. Caddytips examines each hole, shot-by-shot and gives the golfer vital objective information.

    By arming golfers of all skill levels with critical information, they will be on their way to greater success. Click here for a free demo of Caddytips

    How do I download Caddytips? Caddytips offers an instant electronic delivery system once the checkout process has been complete. To download the Caddytips for the course listed above, please click the Download the Caddytips button. You will then be taken to a form that must be filled out in order to receive your Caddytips. After the form is completed, you will then be taken to a page that has your download information at the top.

    Click on this graphic or the course name and then you will be prompted to choose whether to open or save the document to your hard drive. Caddytips recommends saving the file to your hard drive so that you may create your own library of Caddytips.

    Overview

    Pebble Beach Golf Links is consistently ranked as the number one public course you can play. Pebble Beach opened for play in 1919 and was designed by Jack Neville and Douglas Grant. Pebble Beach has become one of the top golf destinations in the world. Surrounded by the lush Del Monte Forest and located on the enchanting 17-mile drive on the Monterey Peninsula in Monterey California, Pebble Beach has hosted five U.S. Open Championships and hosts the annual AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. Pebble Beach Golf Links plays at 7,040 yards, has a stroke rating of 75.5, and has a slope of 145. Pebble Beach Golf Links, rich in history, has stood the test of time in beauty and challenge. It belongs on any serious golfers bucket list. Other fine tests of golf in the area include The Links at Spanish Bay, Spyglass Hill Golf Course, and Old Del Monte Golf Course, also managed and operated by the Pebble Beach Company. For your next vacation, visit Pebble Beach and use our CaddyTips to help you get around the tricky stretch of some majestic ocean holes.

    General Tips to play Pebble Beach Golf Links

    The wind at Pebble Beach Golf Links is unpredictable. The famous 7th hole, for example, is a gorgeous short downhill par 3 of only 106 yards. But be prepared to hit a smooth Sand Wedge or Pitching Wedge and, if the winds are gusting, one of your two to five irons. The wind at Pebble Beach can be treacherous, so take extra care in deciding how it will affect your shot. Pebble Beach Golf Links has very small greens surrounded by thick rough, so accuracy is paramount. If you do happen to miss a green at Pebble Beach, it is best to miss it short. 17 of 18 greens have areas short of the hole that set up for easy bump and run chips. Keep the ball in play and out of the Monterey Bay. Take in all of the beauty Pebble Beach Golf Links has to offer. You’re sure to have a wonderful golfing experience.

    Here is a snippet from the Caddytips from Pebble Beach Golf Links:

    Hole 18
    Dogleg left – par 5 – 543/532/509 yds.


    Tee shot: This shot provides you with plenty of options and allows you to cut off as much distance as you want. The first bunker on the right side of the fairway sits at 185 yds. from the blue tees, 175 yds. from the gold tees and 160 yds. from the white tees. The second bunker comes into play at 245 yds from the blue tees, 235 yds. from the gold, and 209 yds. from the white tees. The left edge of the tree in the middle of the fairway makes a good target, it is 250 yds from the blue tees, 240 yds from the gold tees, and 215 yds from the white tees.

    Second shot: Play it safe and aim down the right center and remember that your approach shot generally plays longer than the yardage. The bunker on the left begins at 140 yds. from the green. If you elect to go for the green in two the bail out is right.

    Approach shot: This shot plays ½ club uphill and is usually into the wind. The green is protected by water to the extreme left, bunkers (which sit short left, left, long left, short right and right) and a large cypress tree short right. The green slopes from back to front and is 28 paces deep.

    Green: This green has a general slope from back to front. From the fairway the grain on the green runs to the left. Putts do not break as hard toward the ocean as they may appear.

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    Here is a snippet from the Caddytips from Pebble Beach Golf Links:

    Hole 18
    Dogleg left – par 5 – 543/532/509 yds.


    Tee shot: This shot provides you with plenty of options and allows you to cut off as much distance as you want. The first bunker on the right side of the fairway sits at 185 yds. from the blue tees, 175 yds. from the gold tees and 160 yds. from the white tees. The second bunker comes into play at 245 yds from the blue tees, 235 yds. from the gold, and 209 yds. from the white tees. The left edge of the tree in the middle of the fairway makes a good target, it is 250 yds from the blue tees, 240 yds from the gold tees, and 215 yds from the white tees.

    Second shot: Play it safe and aim down the right center and remember that your approach shot generally plays longer than the yardage. The bunker on the left begins at 140 yds. from the green. If you elect to go for the green in two the bail out is right.

    Approach shot: This shot plays ½ club uphill and is usually into the wind. The green is protected by water to the extreme left, bunkers (which sit short left, left, long left, short right and right) and a large cypress tree short right. The green slopes from back to front and is 28 paces deep.

    Green: This green has a general slope from back to front. From the fairway the grain on the green runs to the left. Putts do not break as hard toward the ocean as they may appear.