Here’s a selection of epic videos to get you hyped for next week’s US Open at the breathtaking Pebble Beach Golf Links.
Spectacular hole-by-hole guide
Courtesy of Golf Digest, here’s an extensive look at every hole at Pebble Beach, making full use of high-quality camera work and drone shots, with famed CBS golf commentator Jim Nantz as your guide.
Pebble Beach in 4K
If you’re fortunate enough to have a 4K display, feast your eyes on Pebble Beach in all it’s ultra-high quality glory.
The Pebble Beach Resorts Experience
Pebble Beach isn’t only about the golf. The next two videos give you an idea of what to expect if you ever decide to go for the full resort holiday experience, from the luxurious accommodations to outstanding restaurants and spa facilities.
Pebble Beach 17 Mile Sunset Drive
A Youtube channel by the name of Remrob takes you on a scenic 17-mile drive through Pebble Beach and Pacific Grove on the Monterey Peninsula in California, surely one of the most picturesque drives around.
Tiger Woods’ runaway victory in 2000
Tiger Woods’ incredible 15-shot US Open victory back in 2000 will undoubtedly go down as one of the two or three greatest moments of his legendary career.
Courtesy of the USGA, this hour-long video takes you through the whole experience, and will help whet your appetite for when the US Open – and a resurgent Woods – return to Pebble Beach next week.
Phil Mickelson has admitted that his chances to win the US Open and complete the career Grand Slam have probably come and gone.
Jason Day is excited about his partnership with caddie Steve Williams, and reckons it has given him a newfound hunger to return to the top.
Brooks Koepka is back in action this week, even though he admits he is feeling “mentally exhausted”.
Sergio Garcia is hoping to kickstart his summer with a solid performance at this week’s BMW International Open.
Francesco Molinari is set to receive a hero’s welcome upon his return to Rome for the Italian Open from October 10-13.
Madeira has been named Europe’s ‘leading island destination’ in the 2019 World Travel Awards for the fourth successive year.
Gary Woodland had one very special supporter cheering him on on Sunday. You might remember her.
Brooks Koepka came very close to winning his third straight US Open title at Pebble Beach on Sunday, but ultimately came off second best.