Course News & Reviews
Radio interview with Pat Jones, BBH Head Pro
PGA Q School Stage II qualifiers to be held at Bayonet Golf Course
Bayonet Black Horse in Seaside, California, honored as a best in Golfweek
COURSE RENOVATION: Bentgrass in a Poa world
The Enclave at Cypress Grove at Estates West
There's more to play on the Monterey Peninsula than Pebble Beach
New Stay & Play packages just announced!
One of the West’s Best Designers Makes Two Old Monterey Tracks New and Exciting
In golf as in life, it takes time to earn a reputation
More fair perhaps, but Bayonet is monster Monterey challenge
New Mexico Captures 2009 Mountain West Conference Golf Championship
Turf Changes at Bayonet Black Horse Paying Off
UrbanDaddy.com heralds Bayonet Black Horse as a high-quality, cost-efficient golf alternative to the Peninsula’s “usual suspects.”
Check out Golfweek's review of the Bayonet Blackhorse Redesign
The Golf Channel calls Bayonet Black Horse “one of the most impressive redesigns you’ll ever see
Chipping in: Raves for new Bayonet & Blackhorse
Kevin Merfeld Chipping in
Updated: 01/14/2009 01:38:13 AM PST
My bucket list for golf on the Monterey Peninsula reads like this:
No. 1: Play in the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. No. 2: Play The Preserve Golf Club. No. 3: Play the renovated Bayonet and Blackhorse golf courses.
Bayonet Black Horse Announces New "Stay and Play" Packages
'Best 36-Holes' on Monterey Peninsula Partners with Premier Area Resorts, Hotels
(SEASIDE, Calif.) -- Bayonet Black Horse, fresh off a multi-year, multi-million dollar renovation by Bates Golf Design, announces new "stay and play" packages with several premier area resorts and hotels.
Editor's Blog on GolfTipsMag.com
Bayonet, Black Horse to Re-Open Following Multi-Year, Multi-Million Dollar Renovation
Storied Golf Club on Monterey Peninsula to Showcase Complete 36-Hole Makeover
(SEASIDE, Calif.) -- Bayonet Black Horse, the storied golf club located on the scenic Monterey Peninsula, today announces that all 36 holes (18 Bayonet, 18 Black Horse) will re-open to the public on December 20 following the completion of a three-phase, $13 million renovation by Bates Golf Design Group.
Jim Seimas: Bayonet and Black Horse unwrapped
SEASIDE -- Wait, you haven't unwrapped your last gift of the season. There are two more gifts for you under the tree, err, trees. That is, under those cypress and Monterey pines in your backyard -- aka the Monterey Peninsula.
Top Value Courses to Play on Pebble Beach Golf Vacations Re-Open Tomorrow
By Craig Better
Here's what Golf Odyssey said about the two courses: "For excellent bang for your buck at another tour-quality venue, play a round at the Bayonet and Blackhorse facility in Seaside. Even before a blade of grass was touched for the current renovations, both courses were really good and tough. Now, some of the holes have been rerouted, bunkers have been updated, and the green complexes strengthened. Finally, thanks to the removal of overgrown trees and brush, almost every hole looks out on Monterey Bay."
An aggressive Bayonet and Black Horse redesign reveals new views and great greens.
By Raymond Napolitano
In 1945 a young artillery corporal named Mike Napolitano had returned from frontline duty in the European theater and was about to be transferred to Fort Ord in California, where he would be retrained and shipped to the Pacific to continue in the war effort against Japan. But America’s nuclear lapse in consciousness abruptly brought Japan to its knees, precluding the need for U.S. soldiers to work their way to the Far East. If the Enola Gay hadn’t taken off, maybe Cpl. Napolitano would have landed in Seaside, where, like countless others before and after, he would have fallen in love with this magical confluence of land, sea and air and raised his family on these golden shores– and I probably would have grown up playing the legendarily long Bayonet and Black Horse for short money.