Black Horse Course
at Bayonet & Black Horse Golf Club
Pebble Beach & Monterey, USA
Black Horse Golf Course overview
The Black Horse Golf Course was designed in 1964 by General Edwin Carnes, the Commanding General of Fort Ord at the time, and is a great complement to the Bayonet Course. The fairways here are slightly wider and the bunkers are a bit easier to get out of. However, the greens are more difficult with more undulation.
Both courses offer tree-lined fairways that flow over natural terrain with panoramic overlooks of Monterey Bay. At 7024 yards from the tips and with four sets of tees, the Black Horse offers golfers of all levels an opportunity to play. The course is regarded as the more playable and fun of the two.
Accommodation near Black Horse Course
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.
Carmel Valley Ranch
Carmel Valley Ranch is a luxurious resort set among 500 acres, located 10 miles inland from the Pacific coast and boasting the only Pete Dye designed golf course in Northern California.