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b-rab2
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San Francisco in August
I am going to San Francisco for a wedding in August. The wife said I can get a round of golf in while we’re out there.
Where should I play? Willing to spend up to $500 a round(pebble)


icegator337
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re: San Francisco in August
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Willing to spend up to $500 a round(pebble)

You have your answer. Just drive two hours to Monterey before or after the wedding and spend a night or two there/Carmel. You can play pebble, drive the pacific coast highway and shop/eat around in carmel


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lucaslsu
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re: San Francisco in August
Can?


Rendevoustavern
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re: San Francisco in August
TPC Harding Park

Half Moon Bay (Ocean)


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dpd901
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re: San Francisco in August
I’m pretty sure you have to stay in the Lodge and also play another course to get on Pebble. You’re looking at $1500 all-in.

If you don’t have time for all that, I can’t recommend Pasatiempo enough. It’s not as far as Monterrey, and doesn’t have the Ocean, but it’s one of the best golf courses you’ll ever play. Designed by Allister Makense (Augusta National, Cypress Point, Crystal Downs). A few of the holes on the front play a little tighter than they originally did because of some development, but it’s otherwise incredible. Amazing greens and just a perfect piece of land. It’ll spoil you for great architecture.











This post was edited on 2/10 at 7:40 pm


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re: San Francisco in August
I agree with the Pasa recommendation. Development has killed parts of the course, but it’s still a great track and that’s the closest you’ll ever get to putting on Augusta’s greens.

Pebble will be tough to get a tee time since you’re not staying onsite. If you’re a single, you may be able to show up, hang around, and get paired with someone. You can also get a tee time at Spyglass, then the day of or the day before, call and ask to switch over to Pebble. If they don’t have anything, you can play Spyglass, which is a fun track. The first five holes are some of the best opening holes in all of golf...then it seems like the rest of the track is somehow all uphill.

I’ve never been enamored with Harding Park. It’s good for a round if you don’t want to go far from SF, but it’s not a memorable experience IMO.


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b-rab2
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re: San Francisco in August
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Can?


Well it was more of a, this is what I'm doing, can I have your blessing type of question.


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b-rab2
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re: San Francisco in August
I was planning on staying at pebble one night in order to play.


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CelticDog
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re: San Francisco in August
Play in sf.

Its probably going to be way colder than you will like and the traffic to get to pebble and back is awful.

This post was edited on 2/13 at 8:28 am


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