My Favorite Course? Pebble Beach

Pebble Beach is more than a stunning pilgrimage for golf bucket listers and a-listers. My love for this course lies in what it demands me to bring to my game.

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I’ve been grateful to experience a handful of successful tournaments at Pebble beach throughout my career. I tied for 16th back in 2000 when the open was here and I’ve posted seven top-10 finishes at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-am.

It’s one of those few courses that spikes my adrenaline as soon as I see the pro shop. It is hallowed ground, you could say. One that I will always revere as a course that taught me the importance of tenacity. 

I’m always excited when I have the opportunity to compete at Pebble Beach. 

It’s a course that suits my game and one that I have a lot of confidence on.

I know this layout intimately and it works my game from all angles regardless of the familiarity I’ve developed over the years.  

Pebble Beach demands a combination of strategy, creativity, and precision that is unique to competitive golf landscapes. 

I think it’s the variety of shots you have to hit out here. It demands artistry.

With a lot of the courses on the PGA tour you’re forced to hit long irons into most holes. I’ve always enjoyed hitting every club in the bag — including wedges now and then.

You have to think your way around. You have to be creative. 

What better a course than one that reminds you how multifaceted this game can truly be.

Mike Weir
Mike Weir is a Canadian professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour. In just over a decade, Weir has managed to become one of the greatest professional golfers ever to come out of Canada. He became only the second left-handed golfer to win any of the four majors In 2000, he became the first Canadian to play in the President’s Cup, where he led the international team with a 3-2-0 record.