Pebble Beach Golf Course Tournaments

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Nearby, you can see the #9 and #10 from Carmel Beach, the famed Pebble Beach Golf Course is the site of the annual AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Golf Tournament as well as the upcoming 2019 US Open Golf Tournament.

Each February, pros and celebrities alike gather for a week of fun and golf, benefiting local Carmel and Monterey area charities.  The tournament began with Bing Crosby hosting a few Hollywood friends to play along with the PGA tournament back in the Crosby Clambake days.

These days, you’re likely to see Bill Murray, Justin Timberlake, Mark Wahlberg, Josh Duhamel, Clint Eastwood, and Alice Cooper, Kenny G and many actors and musicians throughout the week.  Even the San Francisco Giant and San Francisco 49ers current players and alumni play a tournament for a charity one day during the week.  The tournament began with Bing Crosby hosting a few Hollywood friends to play along with the PGA tournament back in the Crosby Classic days which was nicknamed the Crosby Clambake.

Hint:  AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Golf Tournament practice rounds begin the Monday prior and are not crowded.  Players and Celebrities are laid back and congenial to the galleries. Cameras and parking are allowed thru Wednesdays of the tournament week.

The golf course is breathtaking any time of year, join us at our Carmel bed and breakfast and get a glimpse of this gorgeous hot spot!

Carmel Country Inn Has Cats…The Monterey Bay Aquarium Has A Great White Shark

Pet Friendly Carmel InnNo joke folks, this ????4 foot 7 inch boy shark is from Malibu, but seems to be liking the California Central Coast too (well, in a tank at the Aquarium that is). Here at Carmel Country Inn we have a Monterey Bay Aquarium Ticket Package offering tickets to the aquarium for the same price as you would from them, but our tickets are good for 2 consecutive days admission, and you don’t have to stand in line! So call the gals at our Pet Friendly Carmel Inn today, and get your room and tickets before “Mr. Malibu