As mighty and tough as an old tree that stands the test of time, Bayonet Black Horse – Black Horse Course offers superb challenges as well as inspiration to golfers of different ages. Several changes were made in this golf vacation destination to stimulate the visitors with its new setting and test their skills with its improved holes.
Designed by General Edwin Carnes in 1964, Bayonet Black Horse – Black Horse Course was a 6,800-yard golf course. It was re-sculpted in 1998 by award-winning golf architect Gene Bates. This course has been transformed from a series of tree-lined holes to a wider, flowing, and comfortable environment; it is now a 7,024, par-72 layout that features wide vistas of the Pacific and is highlighted by long rolling fairways, tougher sand traps, new tees, and contoured greens. A golf trip to this 18-hole course will certainly captivate and inspire the players to extend the limits of their skills while playing in its whole new layout.
Bayonet Black Horse – Black Horse Course has a course rating of 74.4 and a slope rating of 135. The improved playing options make it more enchanting especially to experienced golfers. This made Golf Digest include the course in 2009’s “Best New Courses” in the “Renovation Category”. The new era of this golf vacation destination is always ready to welcome, thrill, and challenge new players with its stimulating environment that is always in spectacular shape, and views of the Monterey Bay as its backdrop. These elements will make the memory of their golf experience here last for a long time.