The Monterey Peninsula Country Club Shore Course, added to the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am in 2010 as a replacement for Poppy Hills, will be part of the tournament for the next four years.
The Monterey Peninsula Foundation and the PGA Tour jointly announced the agreement April 20.
Monterey Peninsula Country Club joined Spyglass Hill and host Pebble Beach Golf Links for the first time since 1977. The course was part of the inaugural event Bing Crosby created in 1947.
“Our members enthusiastically embraced the tournament’s return to our facility. The Shore Course received rave reviews from pros, amateurs and spectators alike,” MPCC General Manager Michael Bowhay said in a press release.
The AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am among the longest-running golf tournaments on the PGA Tour and is one of the largest charitable events in Northern California, the event press release said. To date, the tournament has generated nearly $85 million for charity.
The Shore Course has been ranked in Golf Digest as one of America’s 100 greatest golf courses.