Named after the U.S. Army's 7th Infantry Division, the Bayonet Course was designed in 1954 by General Robert McClure when the Army was still on the site. As a left-handed player with a serious slice, he put in holes 11 to 15, now known as ‘Combat Corner’, a collection of doglegs that will prove a challenge for any golfer. The Bayonet features aggressive bunkering and narrow fairways throughout, it is known to be a stern test of golf, your golf management will need to be on point to have a look at a good score.
Named after the 11th Cavalry Regiment, Black Horse was added a decade after its big brother. The Black Horse was originally considered not be enough of a challenge, as such, renovations in 2008 have transformed it into a golf course of equal calibre to its neighbour. A highlight of the Black Horse is the breathtaking view over Monterey Bay, that looks particularly stunning from the par-3 15th. The serrated edges of the bunkers are distinctive and contrast the smooth edges on the Bayonet.