MTT Headquarters: Pebble Beach, CA
We’re excited to announce that MTT Headquarters will be operating full-time out of Poppy Hills Golf Course in beautiful Pebble Beach, California. Our mission at MTT is to create a golf training environment unlike anywhere in the world. The opportunity to continue to develop our brand in what we believe is golf’s premier destination provides us with the unique tools and support to provide our clients with a truly one-of-a-kind experience.
Whether it’s one-on-one coaching our 3 Days Schools or Executive Athlete Programming, we guarantee your trip to the Monterey Peninsula will provide a lasting impression that dramatically elevates your game.
Located in the Del Monte Forest alongside Pebble Beach, Spyglass and Spanish Bay, a trip to MTT Performance is full of opportunities for adventure. In addition to playing some great golf, during your visit we recommend experiencing the towns of Carmel and Big Sur, local wineries and the historic 17 Mile Drive along the Pacific Coast.
We’ll begin operations full-time in May 2014 with golf school and executive athlete offerings beginning in the fall. Private coaching will be offered throughout the summer months as our team transitions to the area. Click Here for program information, contact and scheduling.
About Poppy Hills
Poppy Hills opened in 1986, but it was conceived under a different name – the Hilltop Course. It was an appropriate working title for the intriguing property tucked deep in the forest of Pebble Beach, a layout that rides the rolling elevation changes of the land while jumping across the Riparian Corridor.
The Northern California Golf Association built Poppy Hills – the new name a winner of a member contest – to serve as its headquarters and tournament home. The land had been earmarked for a golf course by Pebble Beach founder Samuel F.B. Morse, and the 164-acre site was sold to the NCGA in 1977 for just $7,000 per acre. As demand for amateur tournament golf grew, Poppy Hills was needed to compliment Spyglass Hill, which still hosts many of the NCGA’s majors.
Poppy Hills became the first course to be owned and operated by a golf association in the United States when it opened June 1, 1986. The Robert Trent Jones Jr. design has since co-hosted the PGA Tour’s AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am from 1991 through 2009, as well as the Spalding Pebble Beach Invitational (1989, 1990, 1992, 1993) and 1991 NCAA Men’s Championships. Matt Gogel set the old Poppy Hills course record with a 62 during the second round of the 2001 AT&T.