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..... Now every morning you can call the clubhouse, and check for twilight round availability whether you are staying on property or not, and it is much less expensive, the only downside being that you will finish 17 and maybe 18 with very little light left. This is how my dad and I played Spanish Bay, although it was a last second decision not to play pebble again. If you are going to be in Carmel for a few days I highly recommend this option as it will save you lots of money. And it is definitely worth every penny you do spend as far as I am concerned.
Good point. And I can go to a bar and watch the 49ers play in a Super Bowl on a 120 TVs, or I could buy one front row ticket on the 50 yard line. It's pretty much the same thing.I paid $25 for 18 with a cart my last time out. For $3k I could play 120 rounds before I break even. Of course we don't have much ocean in VT, but whatever. We have lakes.
Or a person could play local muni Pacific Grove rather than Pebble Beach for around $60 and have the same views of the ocean for 9 of its holes.I paid $25 for 18 with a cart my last time out. For $3k I could play 120 rounds before I break even. Of course we don't have much ocean in VT, but whatever. We have lakes.