When Jack Neville and Douglas Grant designed the Pebble Beach Golf Course in 1919, their primary objective was to place as many holes as possible along the sublime and beautiful Monterey coastline.
But they didn't just want it to be scenic.
Howling winds, thick grass, slick greens, and the thunderous sound of waves crashing have challenged players for decades to defy the arduous conditions and produce under pressure.
In spite of these grueling conditions, Pebble Beach has been the site of the miraculous and the tragic, the thrilling and the unbelievable.
With the 110th U.S. Open in sight, who will add his unforgettable experience to the top 10 moments in Pebble Beach history?