Pebble Beach and West Coast USA Golf Trip 2020


 September 2020

Join Jeff and David on their 11th year of visiting the West Coast of America, playing golf at Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill and other great courses in Monterey and the Carmel Valley, California.


Pebble Beach Golf Links

This public course has been a host of the multiple US Tour events including a 6 time venue of the

US Open and has been the corner stone of our annual West Coast Trip.

Rated # 7 in the world


Spyglass Hill Golf Course

Starting in the Del Monte Forrest and working west where you will play 5 of the best ocean side holes then

back up the hill into the Forrest, this dual personality golf course will test even the best players as it has for

40 years on the USPGA Tour.


Spanish Bay Golf Links

The third of 4 courses attached to the Pebble Beach Resorts and located only walking distance from our accommodation in the famed National Park, Spanish Bay was designed to resemble the links golf of Scotland. With ocean views, rolling fairways and even the Scottish piper to call you in after the round, Spanish Bay holds a deserved spot amongst it's peers on the Absolute Golf West Coast Trip.


Black Horse Golf Course

This is one of the dynamic duo of courses built on the old Fort Ord site. This par 72 has rolling fairways, ocean views with fairways framed with cypress pines. Both courses are used as qualifying options when the US Open is being held at Pebble Beach.


Bayonet Golf Course

This seaside facility hosts two great courses which were only recently renovated to allow them to keep pace with the ever changing face of the game. This par 72 features superbly manicured layout features long, cypress tree lined fairways with fast undulating greens, many of which are multi-tiered.


Carmel Valley Ranch

At the heart of Carmel Valley Ranch's 500 acres, winding through the core of the resort from the valley floor though the foothills and up to significant elevation, is the Carmel Valley Ranch Golf Course. As the only Pete Dye design in Northern California, the 18-hole, par-70 course has earned a reputation for its stunning views, friendly wildlife, tactical challenges and playability.


Quail Lodge Golf Course

The Quail Lodge Golf Course offers 6,449 yards of wonderful Carmel Valley golf. This Resort course is located adjacent to the lush Carmel River and encompasses over 830 acres with alluring valley vistas.


Join Jeff and David on this golfer’s trip of a lifetime to play some of the best courses on the West Coast. The boys have been visiting the area for 10 years and have been enjoying the courses and making many contacts along the way. Playing the best courses, staying at Premium accommodations, visiting some of the popular attractions that are sure to please all who attend and is why this trip sells out 12 months in advance every year.

This year’s trip will include 7 rounds of golf including Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill, Spanish Bay,  Black Horse and Bayonet Golf Courses, Private Club - Carmel Valley Ranch and Quail Lodge in the Carmel Valley.

Staying in 4 star or higher accommodation in Monterey as well as the Inn @ Spanish Bay, one of our trips highlights is the location, facilities and service, offered at our homes away from home.


Enjoy some of our favourite places like Black Bear Diner as well as dinners at Clint Eastwoods Hogs Breath in Carmel and seafood on the pier in Monterey. Just a few of our regular haunts that gives you a taste of the local cuisine.

For this year’s attendees we are having a gift pack and have put together something personal for you to keep as a memento of your trip with us.

Cost for the trip is $10,495.00

And includes all Golf (7 rounds) with carts, Accommodation – In Monterey (7 nights) as well as three nights at The Inn @ Spanish Bay, Welcome dinner and Farewell dinners at the Elephant Bar, Burlingame, all transfers plus a gift pack, mementos and prizes.


Does not include airfares

quail lodge


Day 1

Arrive At SFO International Airport and be collected by Jeff and Dave and taken to our first night accommodation in Burlingame, California (near the airport for easy access down the coast).

After check in to our hotel everyone settles in before heading to the Elephant Bar for our first nights meal. This is a great location after a long trip to the USA and is a nice relaxing venue for our first night. This really is a great night and gets everyone in the mood for a special trip

Day 2

This morning we will be heading south to Monterey for our first part of the trip. It is about a 2 hour run (with no stops) so we will be leaving around 9.00 am after our continental breakfast supplied at our hotel.

On the way to golf we will be stopping at San Mateo just back over the bay for the golf shop of all golf shops. This place is like a Bunnings store for golfers (it’s huge) and the prices are great.

Today’s round is at the Black Horse golf club in Seaside. Our early afternoon tee time will give us plenty of opportunity to ease into the day have a look around and enjoy our time.

Dinner at your own discretion.

Day 3

Golf today will be an afternoon round at one of our private golf clubs located in the Carmel Valley. This fantastic course is just a short drive from our base, but feels miles away with it’s quiet relaxed atmosphere. Before our round we can have a warm up and prime our games for what is coming on this challenging parkland course.

Dinner tonight will be at your own discretion.

Day 4

Day off

An Opportunity to take in the sights of Monterey and surrounding areas

Day 5

Golf for the day is at the Bayonet Golf Course with an late morning tee time. This course is just 15 minutes up the road and offers everyone a chance to relax in the morning and have a bit of a look around before we head off for the day.

Dinner tonight will be in Monterey just walking distance from our lodging. At your own discretion.

Day 6

Golf today is at Quail Lodge golf Course in the Carmel Valley. Quail Lodge is a great parklands Golf Course in the hills and will be a real treat.

After golf your time will be your own to look around and explore. Dinner tonight will be at your own discretion.

Day 7

Today is our moving day, to The Inn @ Spanish Bay. Golf is at Spanish Bay within the 17 Mile Drive National Park. We will drop everyone into the Spanish Bay Golf links for Breakfast while we get our bags checked and then after breakfast head to Spyglass Hill for our late morning round.

Dinner tonight will be at Clint Eastwood’s Hogs Breath in Carmel.

Day 8

This is an opportunity to enjoy the accommodation, look around and explore or even get another round of golf in. Enjoy your day. Dinner is at your own discretion. 

Day 9

Today’s round is at the Spyglass Hill Golf Course located within the 17 mile drive. This championship course has great warm up facilities and a great snack bar and will be where we have breakfast this morning before heading out on the course.

Dinner tonight is at the Black Bear diner a popular venue all the guests have enjoyed.

Day 10

The big day has arrived. Our final day’s golf destination is Pebble Beach. Our morning tee time gives us time for breakfast and a look around before having a putt and teeing off. After golf we will have a bite to eat overlooking the first tee to tell all of our fishermans stories and find out how the rest of the group went. We will give all attendees plenty of time to get around all the shops in the Pebble Beach Precinct with Dave and I heading up to the Inn @ Spanish Bay to grab all the luggage so we can exit and head back to the San Fran area. Our final night will be in Burlingame only minutes from the airport for easy access the next day.

Our final dinner is at the Elephant Bar in Burlingame and will be the Tours farewell dinner and a perfect last chance to relive great shots a terrific time and a memorable trip.

Day 11

The tour ends on this day with attendees heading home or moving on. Our hotel has bag storage and access to the Bart train for any last expeditions into downtown as well as an Airport shuttle to get you to the airport for your flight.



Due to the exclusive nature of this tour, the number of golfer places available will be limited to no more than 6 golfers. To confirm your place on this tour call David Reckless on 0409 913367 or Jeff Mansfield on 0433 214389 or email


As the bookings on these tours are a first in - first taken proposition, a deposit ($3995) must be paid to hold your spot in the group. All deposits are fully refundable, when we (Absolute Golf), find a replacement for the position in the group which is held by your deposit. Second payment is due Feb 1st 2020 ($3500). Final Payment is due July 15th 2020 ($3000).


This itinerary is accurate at time of compilation. Details may change due to circumstances outside our control. Golf courses and accommodation may change depending on availability but will be replaced by similar standard courses and hotel. Timings and order of days are also subject to change.