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Courtesy bus transportation is provided between courses Monday through Saturday.
Where can I park?
You will see "AT&T Golf" signs on the highway directing you to general spectator parking at Cal State Monterey Bay (former Fort Ord army base) Monday- Sunday; free shuttles will take you to the tournament.
How do I get from one course to another?
Beginning Monday there are courtesy shuttle buses between the courses. Your ticket entitles you to access all three courses.
What do I wear?
Weather on the peninsula is unpredictable, with many daily temperature variations. It is best to wear several layers of clothing and comfortable walking shoes.
How will I know where to find my favorite player?
Players make their own tee times during practice rounds, Monday through Wednesday. Check with the pro shop for your favorite.
Tournament pairings are not confirmed until late Wednesday.
Free daily pairing sheets are available beginning Thursday.
What time does play begin?
Tee times start around 8 a.m. and play generally concludes by 4 p.m.
Will there be food available?
Food and beverage concessions are located at all three courses.
What about autographs?
Please wait until after play has concluded to seek autographs.
Where does the money go?
Net proceeds from the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am goes to support a wide variety of worthwhile charitable organizations. For more information about the charities involved, please see our charitable organizations page.
Carmel offers shuttle service from Ocean Ave. Call for details: 800 550-4333.
Pacific Grove offers shuttle service from the Natural History Museum. Call for details: 800 656-6650.
Monterey offers shuttle service from Portola Plaza and Cannery Row. Call for details: 831 657-6485
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