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Monterey AT&T Express Shuttle

AT&T Pro AM Express Shuttle



Shuttle Tickets are available at both the Downtown Monterey and Cannery Row shuttle stops for: $20.00/person/day/round trip.
Cash only. Credit cards and checks not accepted. No advance ticket purchases. $10 per day for Active Military with Military ID.


For both Cannery Row and Downtown Monterey shuttle stops:


Friday: 6:00am – 6:00pm*

Saturday: 6:00am – 6:00pm*

Sunday: 6:00am – 5:00pm*


*IMPORTANT : Shuttle buses leave from Monterey and Pebble Beach every 30 minutes. Please note: during peak hours**, the wait may be longer.

**PEAK HOURS: Leaving Monterey before 11:00am and leaving Pebble Beach after 3:00pm.



Special Needs parking is available at Bird Rock parking lot. Persons in authorized vehicles will be directed to the designated area and provided with complimentary shuttle service to the courses. Special viewing areas are available on course.

Please click here for information regarding AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am “special needs” parking and shuttle information.


Please see below for directions to parking garages. You will need to park first then walk to shuttle stops.



Shuttle located on the corner of Cannery Row and Prescott, next to Steinbeck Plaza

(700 Cannery Row, Monterey, 93940)

For more detailed directions, click “Directions” on the above Google map, click “Get Directions” and then enter your address.



Shuttle located at the corner of Calle Principal and Del Monte across from the conference center.

(98 Del Monte Ave, Monterey, 93940)

For more detailed directions, click “Directions” on the above Google map, click “Get Directions” and then enter your address.



Cannery Row Garage – Enter Cannery Row garage on Foam Street



Walking directions from Cannery Row Parking Garage to Cannery Row Shuttle Stop:

Leaving the parking garage, head down Prescott Ave. towards Cannery Row (towards the ocean), you will pass the Cannery Row Brewing Co. and the Monterey Canning Company (red building), at Cannery Row and Prescott stop sign walk across the street – shuttle stop will be right in front on Steinbeck Plaza (Shuttle stop address: 700 Cannery Row, Monterey, 93940)


Downtown West Garage

Located between Franklin Street and Del Monte Avenue. Enter on Tyler Street or Franklin Street to get to the Downtown West Garage.

(340 Tyler Street, Monterey)

For more detailed directions, click “Directions” on the above Google map,click “Get Directions” and then enter your address.

Walking directions from Downtown West Parking Garage to Downtown Monterey Shuttle Stop:

Leaving the parking garage, head north on Tyler St., toward Del Monte Ave., turn left onto Del Monte Ave., Stop will be located in front of the Portola Hotel & Spa fountain at the corner of Calle Principal and Del Monte Ave. (Shuttle stop address: Two Portola Plaza, Monterey, 93940)


Distracting devices, cameras, bags, backpacks, food containers, coolers, signs, banners, posters, televisions and radios, outside alcohol, non-service pets, bicycles, ladders, metal spiked golf shoes, weapons and any other item deemed potentially injurious, unlawful or dangerous as determined in the sole discretion of the PGA TOUR, tournament security personnel or law enforcement officials, are prohibited inside the entrance gate of the AT&T during the time period of Thursday through Sunday of Tournament week.

All items are subject to search. Unauthorized items will be confiscated


Fans are able to make cell phone calls in special calling areas on all three courses as well as the ability to follow the action online as long as they have their device on silent mode and do not use the camera function. This will enhance the spectator experience while preserving the integrity of the competition.Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

Click here for additional prohibited items and details.


To view the current forecast at the Pebble Beach Golf Links, please click here


Click here for a list of our frequently asked questions.

If you have any questions regarding the shuttle, please call 831-657-6488.

For additional AT&T Pro-Am information, please visit attpbgolf.com

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Fire Pits

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Event Calendar

In addition to the views, attractions, pubs and restaurants, Cannery Row hosts several exciting events throughout the year guaranteed to be fun for the whole family.

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Family friendly fun at Steinbeck Plaza on Cannery Row.
Cannery Row