Registration for the Bayonet Black Horse Amateur is now open
You are invited to join top collegiate and state amateurs at the 9th Annual Bayonet Black Horse Amateur Championship from July 22 to July 24. As one of the premier championship courses in California, we look forward to presenting two of the state’s elite amateur golf tournaments on the Monterey Peninsula.

Register now because entries are limited and close on July 20! You can register here.

Individual Championship conducted over 54 holes. There will be a cut after 36 holes, based on the number of players who complete round 2. In the event of a tie, the individual champion will be determined by a 3-hole aggregate playoff immediately after the conclusion of play.

Practice rounds are available for 69 dollars, including cart, Monday through Thursday anytime and Friday through Sunday after 2 p.m. from July 1st to July 20th. They will be free on Sunday, July 21st, after 12 p.m. You must pay your entry fee to receive this rate. Contact the Golf Shop to schedule a practice round at 831-899-7271.

Individual—The lowest individual scorer will receive the Amateur Championship Trophy and his name will be engraved on the Amateur Championship Championship Perpetual Trophy.

Note: NCGA and WAGR points will be awarded to top finishers. 

The entry fee is 350 dollars and includes two rounds of golf, with a potential third round, cart, range balls, a Nexbelt, and one sleeve of TaylorMade Balls.

Bayonet and Black Horse continue to hold their place amongst the best golf courses on the Monterey Peninsula. Both courses are steeped in rich tradition and have played host to PGA Tour greats such as Palmer, Nicklaus, and Watson, as well as several U.S. Presidents and foreign dignitaries.

The courses currently play host to the Nationwide Tour Monterey Peninsula Classic and Stage I and II of the PGA Tour Qualifying School, as well as the amateurgolf.com Monterey Bay Championship in May.


ABOUT THE Bayonet Black Horse Amateur

54-hole tournament with a 36-hole cut hosted at the always-tough Bayonet course at Bayonet Black Horse in Seaside, California. In a relatively short amount of time since the tournament was founded in 2015, it has turned into one of the top amateur events on the west coast, drawing top collegiate and mid-am talent to the Monterey Peninsula. Open to amateur golfers with an official and verified handicap index not exceeding 7.4.

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