Bayonet Black Horse Golf Club Awarded Worth the Green Fee 2017 for Central California
Congratulations to Bayonet Black Horse Golf Club winning our Worth the Green Fee 2017 Award for Central California.
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#Recent Golf Course Review
Posted: 10/25/17 7:07a
Member Since: Dec 28, 2002
From: redondo beach
Posted: 10/07/17 9:54p
Member Since: Jul 21, 2005
From: Temecula, CA
Sub four hour round on a clear cool beautiful fall day. The staff was welcoming especially the starter for our round – real nice guy, as well as the marshal out that morning! The facility has two 18 hole courses that mingle somewhat throughout the round. The tee boxes were all in great shape with a couple of the par 3’s a bit chewed up but playable. The fairways had fantastic coverage with mostly tight lies and a bit of divot damage from approach areas on the par 4’s and par 5’s. The rough was very thick and made finding shots not in the short stuff a challenge. The traps were great around the greens – I did notice a few fairway traps that were a bit shaggy around the edges. The greens were rolling pretty fast and were not holding all good approach shots real well. Most of the greens are very large and extremely sloped with a few different levels on some holes – made for a fun round of putt putt golf! I loved the views of the Bay from the course and the overall conditions! This is surely a course that a couple of rounds would make a good difference for scoring and shot selection. The rates are very reasonable for the course and worth the short drive from the south or the Bay Area. I recommend Black Horse to those that enjoy a well maintained course with great views at a fair rate!!
Worth the Green Fee 2017
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