Local - Golf
Where to Tee Off!
Bayonet and Black Horse Golf Courses: Thirty-six renovated holes on the former Fort Ord military base challenge players, who enjoy Monterey Bay views from the greens. Visit website.
Carmel Valley Ranch Golf Club: This par-70, Pete Dye-designed course was recently renovated and has appeared on Travel and Leisure’s “Best U.S. Golf Resorts” list. Visit website
Corral de Tierra Country Club: This private, par-72 gem between Monterey and Salinas features a slope of 134 and course rating of 72.4. Visit website.
Monterey Peninsula Country Club: Stretching from the water into the Del Monte Forest in Pebble Beach, this private club is a local favorite. Visit website.
Del Monte Golf Course: Located in Monterey, Del Monte is a Pebble Beach Resorts course and the oldest course in continuous operation west of the Mississippi. Visit website.
Laguna Seca Golf Ranch: Robert Trent Jones Sr. and Jr. designed this public course that winds along sun-splashed, tree-studded hills off Highway 68. Visit website.
Pasadera Country Club: A 38,000-square-foot clubhouse is at the center of this exclusive, lushly landscaped course that is dotted with water features and oak trees. Visit website.
Pebble Beach Golf Links: Founded in 1919, the Pebble Beach Golf Links is among the world’s most renowned, prestigious courses. Visit website.
Poppy Hills Golf Course: This Robert Trent Jones Jr. course is one of the hosts of the annual AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. Visit website.
The Preserve Golf Club: Rolling hills, sparkling streams and striking landscapes are the hallmark of this private Carmel Valley club. Visit website.
Rancho Canada Golf Club: Two 18-hole courses, natural grass practice facilities and a full-service clubhouse await players at Rancho Canada. Visit website.
Spyglass Hill Golf Course: With scenic fairways that wind through pine forests and sandy seaside dunes, Spyglass Hill is rated among the world’s most challenging courses. Visit website.