What does it cost to play Cypress Point? Membership is $150,000 plus $18,500 dues. (Also voted #2 Golf Club in the U.S.)
Does Cypress Point allow black members? As a result, Cypress Point, which admits women but does not have a black among its 250 members, decided last week it will no longer be one of the sites of the A.T.& T. Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, an event it has been a host to for more than 40 years.
Can the public play Cypress Point Golf Course? Cypress Point is one of the most unlikely invitations in golf. Even for the well-heeled and well-connected, you must be sponsored by a member to play this Alister MacKenzie and Robert Hunter masterpiece along the jagged coastline of Monterey Peninsula, which is ranked No.
Has Cypress Point hosted a major? Cypress Point Club was once a co-host for the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, formerly The Bing Crosby Tournament, last doing so in 1991. Cypress Point also hosted the only Walker Cup on California soil in 1981.