It all began with The Old Course at Half Moon Bay Golf Links
Opening in 1973, The Old Course is an American classic designed by Arnold Palmer and Francis Duane. A lush parkland design, it features distinguishing edges and corridor views of the Pacific. The course includes several challenging dog-legs, multiple water hazards and tree-lined fairways which rewards the strategic player over long-hitters. With 5 tees to choose from however, you can choose how difficult the course plays. Favorites include the opening par-five, the Ritz-Carlton backed number 9 and the final four holes ending at the turn between hole 17 and 18 known as “Palmer Corner.” The finishing hole is the postcard photo and one of golf’s highest ranked holes in the country—a 405-yard par-four stunner framed by the blue Pacific. This parkland-style golf course has played host to numerous U.S. Open Qualifiers and will test all facets of your game.
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