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Bayonet & Black Horse: Bayonet

Seaside, CA Public

3.8

Panelists

62 Reviews

Overview

This pair of 18-hole championship courses is riddled with history: The Bayonet and the Blackhorse are built on Fort Ord, a retired U.S. Army training facility. General Robert B. McClure famously built the Bayonet to perfectly fit his chronic fade as a left-handed golfer—the course is known for its “Combat Corner,” a series of sharp doglegs on the back nine. The Blackhorse was added in 1964, 10 years after the Bayonet, and features panoramic views of Monterey Bay.

About

Holes 18
Length 7104
Slope 137
Price $195
Facility Type Public
Designer Major General Robert McClure/(R) Gene Bates

Panelists

Ratings from our panel of 1,900 course-ranking panelists

3.8

100 GREATEST/BEST IN STATE SCORES

Character
6.46
Challenge
7.14
Distinctiveness
6.61
Layout Variety
6.74
Fun
6.69
Aesthetics
6.56
Conditioning
6.59

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