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Posted 13 November 2015 - 02:46 PM

Looking for rough estimations what people would expect to pay for a trip to Monterey Peninsula. Obviously Pebble, Spyglass as the big stops on the trip. Any other recommendations for the area that aren't the big ones that everyone knows.

I had proposed a Scotland trip, but my group is insistent that the trip to Monterey could be a lot cheaper, and I'm not sure sure of that. Would love any kind of input.

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Posted 13 November 2015 - 04:23 PM

Having lived on the Peninsula, you're probably looking at minimum $2000-$2500 a player depending on how long you're planning on staying. Between food, lodging, flights from the east coast, rental car(s), and greens/caddy fees I don't think that's unreasonable to think. Pebble is $495 + caddy fee, Spyglass is around $395 + caddy, Pasatiempo is up to $260. Sure there are other courses in the area, but even the public course I worked at in Carmel was $90.

My boss just took a week long charter trip to Ireland in September (played Royal County Down, Royal Portrush, Royal Portmarnock, and Ardglass, among others) for around $3k. Included his flight from NY, lodging and all of his golf.
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Posted 13 November 2015 - 04:32 PM

500+ for Pebble, 400+ for Spy, that's 1,000 right there in just 2 rounds.....not sure how you keep it under 2K with flights unless its a 2 day trip.  Lodging in the area isn't cheap, and you will have to check flights into Monterey, but they can be tough to get/pricey so you might have to fly into San Jose which is an hour+ drive. The peninsula is a great bucket list trip but if you're trying to stay budget conscious I don't see that as a great fit.

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Posted 13 November 2015 - 04:47 PM

View PostCK2131, on 13 November 2015 - 02:46 PM, said:

Looking for rough estimations what people would expect to pay for a trip to Monterey Peninsula. Obviously Pebble, Spyglass as the big stops on the trip. Any other recommendations for the area that aren't the big ones that everyone knows.

I had proposed a Scotland trip, but my group is insistent that the trip to Monterey could be a lot cheaper, and I'm not sure sure of that. Would love any kind of input.

Thanks!

Not a chance if you want to play the courses people cross continents and oceans for.

As an example of a 1 week, 8 round trip, if you add up the flights + car rental + accomodations + food/drink + (Pebble, Spy, Spanish Bay, Pasa, Poppy Hills, Bayonet/Blackhorse, PG) versus...
flights + car hire + accomodations + food/drink + (St. Andrews Old, New, Eden, Kingsbarns, Carnoustie Championship/Burnside, North Berwick, Gullane #1)...
there won't be much in it, especially coming from the East Coast.

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Posted 13 November 2015 - 05:31 PM

Biggest problem with Pebble is there is no cheaping out on accommodations. You have to stay on property to be able to book tee times and you are looking at a minimum of $800/room. No option of putting more than two people in a room either (not that you would want to do that) as each room only gets you a tee time for 2 people each night. So after taxes and hotel stuff you're up to $1,000 for 2 nights. Adding in the rates for the 3 courses and you are pushing $2,000. Flights, rental car, and food make it tough to imagine doing the trip for much less than $2,500.


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Posted 13 November 2015 - 05:34 PM

Don't think this has ever been said before, but the Scotland golf trip seems to be more budget friendly.
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Posted 13 November 2015 - 05:43 PM

View PostCK2131, on 13 November 2015 - 05:34 PM, said:

Don't think this has ever been said before, but the Scotland golf trip seems to be more budget friendly.

No. It has :)
Currently Ireland is used as the example more regularly though because of the US/EUR current exchange rate.
Just depends on the experience your group is looking for, as to which you choose, as opposed to the bottom line. Have fun with whatever you choose.

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Posted 13 November 2015 - 06:17 PM

My wife and I stayed two nights at the Pebble Beach Resort (Inn at Spanish Bay). I played Pebble Beach, Spyglass, and Spanish Bay as a single...over $3000.
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Posted 13 November 2015 - 09:25 PM

View PostGWD, on 13 November 2015 - 06:17 PM, said:

My wife and I stayed two nights at the Pebble Beach Resort (Inn at Spanish Bay). I played Pebble Beach, Spyglass, and Spanish Bay as a single...over $3000.

This number is crazy. If I add in having to fly in and then rent a car this just keeps adding up. Did the $3000 include food and beverage?

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Posted 13 November 2015 - 10:00 PM

not sure your group will need caddies for Pebble Beach. It's a very easy walk, and the greens are tiny so there's not too much break to read.

Spyglass is great.

(Personally I found Spanish Bay underwhelming.)


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Posted 13 November 2015 - 10:04 PM

If it is a once in a life time trip Scotland is the place to go.  An experience you will never forget.  

I haven't played in the Carmel area for many years, but it may be the most spectacular scenery ever.  Well worth every penny.  There are some Motel 6 in the area.

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Posted 13 November 2015 - 10:31 PM

View PostFbgstaff, on 13 November 2015 - 09:25 PM, said:

View PostGWD, on 13 November 2015 - 06:17 PM, said:

My wife and I stayed two nights at the Pebble Beach Resort (Inn at Spanish Bay). I played Pebble Beach, Spyglass, and Spanish Bay as a single...over $3000.

This number is crazy. If I add in having to fly in and then rent a car this just keeps adding up. Did the $3000 include food and beverage?

No, food and drinks were separate but we aren't lavish. We did stay in an upgraded room, however.

View Postryu123, on 13 November 2015 - 10:00 PM, said:

not sure your group will need caddies for Pebble Beach. It's a very easy walk, and the greens are tiny so there's not too much break to read.

Spyglass is great.

(Personally I found Spanish Bay underwhelming.)

I have to agree with the entirety of this post. Caddies definitely not necessary.

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Posted 14 November 2015 - 01:37 PM

I didn't stay at any Pebble Beach hotel, and I only played Pebble Beach. As a single it was:

$495 for the tee time
$220 on pro-shop merch (Polo, pin flag, tee shirt, logo ball)
$12 for halfway house snacks and food

So that's $727 right there in one day. I wanted a caddie when I played Pebble but they were all out, so I'm not sure what the caddie rate there is but I'm sure after tip you're looking at another $150 on top of it all. Spyglass will also cost you $400 a piece. I don't know how the rooms factor into the rates and whether they reduce the rates, but all I know is starting in September they wanted a minimum 3 night stay to book Pebble, and that package started at $2800 or something like that. Not sure if that includes golf or not, but it sure doesn't include food and beverage.

Its expensive, definitely not a 'budget' trip. Its definitely once in a lifetime and you'll definitely value every penny you spend, but I've got to imagine that going overseas might be breakeven or even cheaper than Monterey.
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Posted 15 November 2015 - 08:08 PM

We got really lucky and it might be worth looking into.

I talked to one of their booking agents (at Pebble), giving him our tentative dates. Because of the room rates we didn't book. But the guy called me back a few days later and told us that because of their upcoming aeration schedule he did have a few times available without booking a room. They were punching the putting green when we finished and moving out onto the course shortly after. We didn't get to play Spyglass because of it, but we figured it was a good trade off to have the first time of the day at PB without the outrageous hotel bill.

I don't know if that was a rare occurrence or not, but if the dates are anywhere close it might be worth pursuing.
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Posted 16 November 2015 - 11:18 AM

If you are lucky enough to track down a CPC member, it is cheaper as an unaccompanied guest there than Pebble, Spy and I believe Spanish Bay.


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Posted 19 November 2015 - 08:48 AM

It is tough to go to the U.S. Golf Mecca and keep it "cheap". We did 4 days in the area which included a night in San Fran and after it was all said and done, it was around $3500. That was playing Pebble and Spyglass only. IMO it is definitely worth it for anyone who loves golf though.
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Posted 19 November 2015 - 08:50 AM

I will add that I was able to book a tee time about a month in advance and we didn't stay at PB for lodging. You just have to keep calling and catch the right booking agent on the right day. She probably recognized my voice from the constant calls leading up and gave in! Lol
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Posted 19 November 2015 - 09:45 AM

Dont do Pebble on a budget, you will hate it.  Unfortunately it is one of those places you really need to stay at the Lodge with a oceanview to get the full experience, or just pony up the 500 green fee and enjoy a fantastic round without worrying about the pace or price.  I have played golf at nearly every great course in this country (including 8 rounds at Pebble).  There is no greater public stretch of golf than 5-10 and 17-18 in this country (#6 is my personal favorite).  The hospitality at the Lodge is unmatched, and the views watching golfers come up 18 with still water cove as the backdrop is amazing.  Again, played and stayed at the best (includes American at Whistling straits, Carolina at Pinehurst, Sanctuary at Kiawa, and well Just Bandon as they dont really have world class hotels), and it is no contest.  The big downer, a typical tuesday-sunday in the alvarado building of the lodge (fronts 18 fairway looking out over the cove) including two rounds at pebble and one at spyglass (I do like the new poppy and spanish bay as well) and throwing in the wifes spa checks in at 8k.  I usually play as a single and tee off between 7:30-8 am (pace of play in the morning is usually 4.5 hrs).  As a single I always get my own caddie which is nice (not the case at some other nice courses, they mandate a double loop........ Ocean Course).  Here is what I have noticed.  Many from the midwest dont enjoy pebble as much as west and east coast, I hear a lot of grumbling about price, Also generally they dont take a caddie (back to cost), any great course should be played with a caddie and walked.  I have yet to play with somebody at pebble who has fully enjoyed their round in a cart.  The ones who have the bucket list trip (like the guy from New York I played with last month) and love it just pay the money, hit shots, and enjoy the day.  They are constantly pinching themselves finding all the good things rather than focusing on a few bad things because they paid for a perfect experience.  None of the great courses of the world will be a great value for the experience.  Dont expect perfection, but recognize what it is that makes it great and enjoy it.  Pebble will never be a good value, but I have yet to have a pulse rate under 100 on the first two holes. It is always a rush for me to tee off there.

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Posted 19 November 2015 - 10:00 AM

Agree 100% with the above post.
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Posted 19 November 2015 - 10:01 PM

Duke's club membership can help save money at Spyglass and Spanish Bay.  Also, the 20% off your food and beverage (including alcohol) can go a LONG way with a group.


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Posted 20 November 2015 - 10:55 AM

Duke's club membership?
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Posted 20 November 2015 - 11:02 AM

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Posted 20 November 2015 - 11:31 AM

Don't play Del Monte without going to look there first.  Had a free round there and played and I would not go anywhere near the rack rate to play that course.  Holes 2-11 were fun to play but the course was in very poor shape and the rest of the holes were quite forgettable.

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Posted 20 November 2015 - 11:35 AM

View PostGWD, on 20 November 2015 - 11:02 AM, said:

View PostJgarn117, on 20 November 2015 - 10:55 AM, said:

Duke's club membership?

http://www.pebblebea...urse/membership

Thanks for the heads up... Definitely worth it for a group that plans on staying for a decent length trip.
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Posted 30 November 2015 - 01:29 PM

Just got back from 14 days in Carmel - I have said this in several threads, but a Duke's Club Membership is approx $300 and makes Spyglass and Spanish Bay roughly half price and gives you much better booking windows.  Pebble isn't included but they do give a little preference if you are a Dukes Member - We always mention it when we call.  The 20% off food and beverage usually covers a dinner for our group (10 adults, 8 children)...

We usually book our golf at Spyglass or Spanish Bay and then call the proshop @ PB and let them know that we will make ourselves available for PB on those days and swap out.  It is always our preference to play PB over Spanish Bay - Sometimes it works out that way, sometimes it doesn't.  

This trip we played 3 rounds - Spanish Bay, Poppy Hills, Pebble Beach.  Spanish is fine golf, but it really lags behind the others, in my opinion.  We did have fun though bc the Taylor Made Invitational (formerly Callaway) had just finished the rounds there a few days earlier.  The greens were massively fast, and if you have played, you will understand that this makes for some very challenging and fun chipping and putting.  There isn't a range, and I think it makes the course play much more difficult bc you are going to be hitting a bunch of irons off of tee boxes.  I personally need some time to get confident with a 2 iron before I go out and play.

Poppy got rained out on our 12th hole but me and my family simply love it.  We played the tips, on a very cool damp day, and that is a very long golf course.  Green were micro punched, which was a bit of a bummer, but still played well.  Conditions otherwise were A+.  Its a very fun and challenging course.

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