Bayonet Golf Course
1 McClure Way
Seaside, CA 93955-7100, United States

Architect Gene Bates oversaw a recent redesign of Bayonet, a picturesque course overlooking the Monterey Peninsula. Although the overall length of Bayonet has increased only 16 yards, the strategy and difficulty have been ratcheted up by Bates' new bunkering, while the Kikuyu and poa annua grass is gone, replaced by Jacklin T1 bent grass.
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Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$75 - $99
   Weekend:$100 - $124
   No discounts for 9-holes.
General Manager:Dick Fitzgerald
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Season Start:Year-round, weather permitting
Reserved Tee Times:Phone
Pro Shop :yes
Fairways Grass:Jacklin T1 Bent
Driving Range:Grass hitting surface
Short Game Practice:yes with sand bunker
Water Hazards:None
Sand Bunkers:Moderate

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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
10/5/20 DragonGolfer 76
9/17/20 jsalazar2 97
9/4/20 Mike Stahl 91
8/31/20 Andrew Smith 82
8/28/20 Andrew Smith 85
8/8/20 Grant Martinez 75
7/30/20 Charles Giufurta 86
7/25/20 Craig Lunt 109
7/19/20 john barber 85
7/12/20 hethcote 94
6/29/20 Aleks Meyer 82
6/22/20 Michael Ross 98
6/17/20 Clark Latterell 84
6/6/20 jteyer 86
5/31/20 gmonny 89
5/31/20 Michael Calhoun 87
5/28/20 Craig Lunt 88
5/17/20 Clark Latterell 88
5/16/20 elraton 86
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Recent Reviews

  ttzdodge - 8/30/15
Really great value for the Monterrey area. Well conditioned, especially for the drought this year, really friendly and helpful staff. Good eats in the restaurant too. Not crazy about some of the design of the green complexes, approach shots can be tough to figure out, often I found myself having to play off the green and chip back to the hole. Other than that, had a wonderful time.
  levellersteve - 10/30/14
A great course with some great views. Tricky putting greens, and bailing out to a safe zone & not taking on the bunkers sometimes is a wise choice.
  sturner50 - 6/3/14
Great place to play. Nice surprise views of Monterey bay.
  jasonhughes1820 - 9/20/13
Awesome course and awesome military discount!
  rpg93933 - 7/28/13
nice course,very challenging,and pretty forgiving.make sure to bring a jacket in summer,foggy and overcast!!!!
  mill334 - 2/23/13
Played during 2013 AT&T week. Very demanding but fair. Greens were in much better shape than when I played it in 2011 during AT&T week. It is a must play public course when on the Monterey Peninsula.
  Rob1899 - 8/28/12
Overall a nice public course, probably one of the better public tracks I have played. Played from the tips and it is very demanding, especially if there is wind. Greens where in decent shape, probably a 9, bunkers where ok, the fairways had some bare spots and where not marked as ground under repair. Worth the money, again, very demanding.
  ktmzak - 7/4/12
nice course, played Bayonet. Great views, fair and fast. will definitely be back again to play the other side.
  ambermona - 5/27/12
Both Bayonet and Black Horse are in great shape ahead of the PGA Club Pro Championship. Course and greens are very tough, but VERY fair. If you make a bad score here, the course just got the best of you. No tricked holes/ blind holes here. Local knowledge a big plus.
  hpinsf - 11/30/11
Beautiful course. Tighter than Black Horse, but the greens aren't as undulating.
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