Bayonet & Black Horse Golf Club
Bayonet & Black Horse Golf Club Overview
Located north of Monterey along the Pacific Coast Highway and in the small city of Seaside, Bayonet and Black Horse Golf Club is steeped in military history. Established in 1954 and constructed on the land of an old US Army training facility, the Bayonet course was followed in 1964 by Black Horse resulting in an excellent 36 holes of championship golf. Extensive practice facilities include a driving range, two short game areas and putting green, which along with the on-site Golf Academy provide the perfect environment to work on your game. Pre and post round you can enjoy delicious food in a relaxed atmosphere with breathtaking views from the clubhouse’s Bayonet Bar & Grill. It’s easy to see why Bayonet and Blackhorse Golf Club is regarded as one of the best golf facilities on the Monterey Peninsula.
Golf courses at Bayonet & Black Horse Golf Club
Black Horse Course
Black Horse Golf Club, designed by General Edwin Carnes, in 1964. This plays like more of a links-style course and has fantastic views of the Monterey Bay. With recent renovations back in 2008 it has become regarded as the more playable of the two courses, don't be fooled though, the greens here always roll quick! A great addition to any Monterey golf trip.
Designed by Fort Ord Commanding Officer Robert McClure in 1954, Bayonet was made for a slicer's dream. McClure was notorious for his severe slice so the design here plays his shot well, with holes from 11 to 15 all having sharp doglegs, it's known as "Combat Corner". The fairways are beautifully lined with oak and cypress making this one beautiful course.
Accommodation near Bayonet & Black Horse Golf Club
Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel & Spa
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Carmel Valley Ranch
Carmel Valley Ranch is a luxurious resort set amongst 500 acres, located 10 miles inland from the Pacific coast and boasting the only Pete Dye designed golf course in Northern California.
Portola Hotel & Spa
Located in downtown Monterey just steps from the famous Fisherman’s Wharf, Portola Hotel & Spa is perfect for those wanting to explore the city and play California’s best golf.