A truly extraordinary location for an event with unparalleled views from nearly every portion of the property. We've worked with the Monterey Peninsula Country Club on a private event and found Khadija and her staff to be accommodating, creative and wonderful to work with.
I highly recommend this as a location to consider for a wedding, corporate event or other special event. Truly unparalleled.
Dunes course is nice, Shore course is nicer. Members are allowed to bring guests. Guests cannot make purchases at the pro-shop. You also need to be accompanied by a caddy. There is much hype since this is a members only club, but I still prefer the Duke's Club (PB)!
Stop by around sunset to hear live bagpipes and watch the sunset over the shore. Grab a glass of wine and sit by the fire pits outside. The scenery is breath taking!
I have a friend that is a member here so we play with him when we come to Pebble Beach. I love this place! The men's only club house feels so comfortable and the guys there are really nice to us visitors. They offer some free food so we love to have a few drinks and laugh after golf. Love the par 3 right on the beach and both courses are first class. We have played Spanish Bay and Spyglass but this clubhouse makes this my favorite course. No tipping allowed : )
Today, I scratched a round of golf off of my bucket list. I finally got to enjoy a round of golf at Monterey Peninsula Country Club. I've played Cypress, Pebble, Spyglass, Poppy Hills and Spanish Bay - so MPCC was definitely needed to finish off "the gauntlet." We had a 12:30 tee time, and lucked into playing the more popular "Shore Course."
The course was stunning. It plays a little short, which means there is all kinds of other trouble that you can get into on the course. Given the names of the courses, Shore and Dunes - you know that you will definitely have a lot of sand in play. The whipping wind also played a major factor on the holes that line the Pacific. Holes 5 through 13 have spectacular views of the ocean - not quite Pebble or Cypress - but stunning nonetheless. A lot of homes line many of the holes, which can sometimes be an eyesore... but not these homes. The course had a little bit of character too. There aren't really traditional paved cart paths, most of these paths led you right through the bunkers that surround this course. Kinda cool to drive through a bunker... Also, there were two holes with breathtaking tee boxes. Each were built up on a cluster of boulders with a natural stairway that led you to the top. You gotta love a creative elevated tee box with views for days...
Bummer that the Pro Shop doesn't allow guests to make purchases. I was gonna go off in there...