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Re: Heading to Pebble

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Wed, Jun 19 2013 12:44 PM by heffdiddy. 13 replies.
  • Wayneraltman United States
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    Mon, Jun 3 2013 10:22 AM

    Thank you all for the excellent comments!!! Our trip is right around the corner and I cannot sleep for the excitement. To be frank it is never about the course we play but the fact we are together to enjoy it. 

    We have done this trip for six years now, and each one has been better than the one before it. I will be packing warmer clothing this trip than normal, and have been keeping in mind the speed of play in my preparations!!! It has never been a problem before, but it would in fact be a shame to be asked to leave..

    After nearly six months of study on the courses we are playing (Pebble x2, Spanish Bay x3 and   Spyglass x 3,  this is turning out to be a very ambitious golf trip. I cannot wait!!!

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  • alosso Germany
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    Mon, Jun 3 2013 1:34 PM

    Great information - hope to have use for it anytime if not soon...

    BTW: Is Olympic freely accessible on a green fee basis? Couldn't get any information until now...

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  • BubbaCrusher007 United States
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    Fri, Jun 7 2013 3:41 PM

    jimd7777:
    Spyglass is nearby, its long, narrow, tall pines line the fairways,  its hilly, a few ponds, a tough course

     

    When asked "What's your favorite course?" Lee Trevino answered "Spyglass". It's breath-taking.

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  • heffdiddy United States
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    Wed, Jun 19 2013 12:44 PM

    Along with the three, Pebble, Spyglass(my favorite), and Spanish I was told while I was out there that Pacifc Grove Golf Links is not to be missed. I would also recommend driving up to San Francisco and playing Harding Park. Would be worth a day trip to play it.

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