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Spyglass Hill (PC)
Samuel F. B. Morse had a passion for local history and was intrigued by the legend that Robert Louis Stevenson roamed the hills and sandy dunes of Pebble Beach for inspiration while writing his classic, Treasure Island. Once Spyglass Hill Golf Course was named, the theme served as a perfect muse for the challenging course. Spyglass Hill officially opened in 1966, and was less than a year old when it became part of the Crosby Clambake with its more famous brethren, Pebble Beach and Cypress Point. It consistently held its own as the toughest of the three, and certainly one of the toughest on the PGA Tour.