Pebble Beach

2010 US Open Championship Pebble beach

Pebble Beach Golf CoursePebble Beach Golf Links is one of the most famous golf courses in the world and venue for the 2010 US Open Championship. Lining the Pacific coast of California it is a notoriously tough course for US Open Players with many of the holes incorporating the rocky coastline.

When Pebble Beach Links hosts the US Open Championship it will be the fifth time that the venue has hosted the tournament. Previous US Open Championships held at the venue were held in 1972, 1982, 1992 and 2000 with Jack Nicklaus winning the first event held there and Tiger Woods the last winner at the course when he won by a US Open record 15 strokes, form that will no doubt see Tiger as the player to beat when the championship returns to this course in 2010.

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Pebble Beach Golf Course

Pebble Beach is one of the most famous courses in the world of Golf and one that the players are always eager to take on when the US Open comes around. There are a number of famous holes at the course with perhaps the 7th the most obvious, it plays at little more than 100 yards from an elevated tea position making it a crucial hole on the round. The 18th at Pebble Beach could be crucial at the 2010 US Open Golf with the Par 5 set to offer plenty of birdie chances to those players that can hit the fairway off of the tea.

2010 U.S. Open Championship: 75.5/Slope 145; Yardage - 7,040 Par: 71