Pebble Beach Golf Tournament

February 12, 2012 by staff 

Pebble Beach Golf Tournament, Sunday, and final round of the 2012 AT&T National Pro-Am Golf tournament at the Pebble Beach Golf Links. This is the Monterey Peninsula where four days of gorgeous sun in the weather forecast dazzled the commentators, players, spectators and cameras with the brilliant sunlight of Thursday’s Round 1 play.

Ken Duke, one of the old guys at 42 years of age, set a back-nine Pebble Beach Golf Links course record with an 8-under 28 score for the par 36 back-nine holes on Day 1 of the tournament.  18th hole flag at Pebble Beach Golf Links.

This is the Monterey Peninsula and the sun faded over Pebble Beach as thick fog and drizzle covered the green grass coast for most of the past two days and the temperature dropped from upper 60s on Thursday to lower 50s on Friday and Saturday.

Pebble Beach Lodge is a place I worked for about four months before leaving the Monterey Peninsula to attend college at UC Davis. I landed a job in food service at Pebble Beach as a temp worker for the February golf tournament when it was still known as the Bing Crosby National Pro-Am Golf Championship.

The Lodge at Pebble Beach is a fine place to visit with a large outdoor patio looking out to Carmel Bay.

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