National Geographic : 1954 Jun
© National Geographic Society 4 Sea Winds Twist Monterey Cypresses into Grotesque Shapes Rocky coast alternates with white beaches along the Mediterraneanlike Monterey Peninsula south of San Francisco. A scenic drive follows the shore for 17 miles. Here on a wide bay Spaniards built California's first capital before Washington, D. C., was laid out. 755 Kodachromes by National Geographic Photographer B. Anthony Stewart + Eyes for the Ball Alone, a Golfer Ignores Monterey's Wild Scenery Tommy Bolt, a consistent money winner, putts dur ing Bing Crosby's 13th golf tournament at Pebble Beach course (page 756). The event, held every Jan uary for charity, pairs professionals and amateurs; names of contestants read like a Who's Who of golf.