Playing Pebble Beach is the dream of golfers across the globe, but playing Pebble Beach is an intimidating experience, especially for beginners and high-handicappers.
Pebble beach has a reputation as one of the world’s most beautiful golf courses, and because it’s so hard to get a tee time, many people assume that playing Pebble Beach is not appropriate for beginners or high handicappers.
Pebble Beach is friendly to beginner golfers
That’s not true, because playing Pebble Beach is especially friendly and easy for beginning golfers, provided that you follow some tips for beginners. See my tips here for high handicappers:
Pebble Beach golf for high handicapper beginners
A favorite of celebrities and billionaires, Pebble Beach is not an inexpensive golf outing.
Is Pebble Beach really worth a $1,200 green fee for two players?
Janet Burleson, a high handicapper on #5 at Pebble Beach
Playing Pebble Beach is also great for beginners because it is not just a round of golf, it’s an experience, walking in the footsteps of some of the greatest legends in golf and all the while enjoying a spectacular beachfront experience.
With the 2010 US Open coming to Pebble Beach, it’s hard to get a tee time, but there are some tricks for beginners who want to play Pebble beach golf:
Pebble Beach golf for first time players
Remember, persistence counts when calling to play Pebble Beach!