I understand if you have Pebble Beach fatigue by now, but come on, it beats talking about the Traveler's Championship, no?
Anyway, for years I've been told by Pebble Beach Company folks that the old alternate fairway on the 9th fairway, created by Chandler Egan in the 1928 redo along with a shift of the 9th green toward the cliffs, was not possible because of cliff erosion.
Last week I wandered over to the now abandoned fairway and of course, there is plenty of space for the fairway and it provides the optimum angle to attack hole locations cut behind the gaping left bunker.
So for starters, here is a drawing of the hole that appeared in the 1929 National Greenkeeper:
And here is a view of the righthand fairway from the 8th hole:
And the view of the second shot from the right, a great angle to approach from:
Finally, the fairway view: