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  • 18 holes, par 72, 7104 yards. Parkland.

    Designed in 1954 by General Robert McClure, the Commanding Officer of the Fort Ord U.S. Army training facility at that time. Gen. McClure, a left-handed golfer with a severe slice, designed the course to fit his game, which is highlighted by a series of sharp doglegs called ‘Combat Corner’ from holes 11 to 15.

    Bayonet, with its oak and cypress-lined fairways, and steep bunkering, has long been considered the most difficult test of golf on the Monterey Peninsula. The par-72, 7,104-yard course, has retained its famous bite after the recent renovation by award-winning architect Gene Bates, but playability and strategic options have been greatly improved.


    • Golf Range
    • Golf Carts
    • Practise Area
    • Golf Shop
    • Putting Greens
    • Tuition
  • Do I need a handicap certificate?


    Will I get paired up if the course is busy?


    Can I hire clubs onsite and how much are they?

    Yes - $75 ($45 twilight)

    How much does a cart cost?

    $25/person ($20/person twilight) - Carts are included in our rates

    Is there a halfway house and/or beverage cart?

    Bayonet – back to clubhouse halfway

    Can I warm up before play?

    Yes – range balls extra $10 large bag $5 small bag – these are included in our rates

Useful Information

Bayonet Golf Course, 1 McClure Way, Seaside, Monterey, USA, 93955