Laguna Seca Golf Club
Laguna Seca Golf Club is a favorite destination for local and visiting golfers because it offers the well groomed amenities of a private facility at surprisingly modest daily fees. The golf course will make you use every club in your bag to conquer its ups and downs to well guarded greens, while elevated tees treat you to impressive vista of the Monterey-Salinas corridor. A relaxing clubhouse offers a resort-quality golf shop and casual dining.
|Green (W)||72||5269 yards||71.2||125|
|Red (W)||72||4332 yards||65.0||110|
|Black M: 70.2/129||347||156||508||381||499||323||361||158||404||3137||413||322||179||562||162||550||385||125||339||3037||6174|
|Blue M: 69.6/126||342||149||502||375||494||315||353||153||396||3079||401||319||173||535||159||511||378||118||334||2928||6007|
|White M: 67.9/122 W: 73.8/130||333||139||493||365||477||299||330||133||384||2953||381||276||159||507||143||495||362||101||306||2730||5683|
|Green M: 65.9/120 W: 71.2/125||298||129||474||351||470||298||315||103||368||2806||338||273||125||494||129||414||293||101||296||2463||5269|
|Red M: 62.4/114 W: 65.0/110||247||100||421||287||409||214||242||97||254||2271||330||241||115||432||118||225||262||88||250||2061||4332|
Food & BeverageFood & Beverage
Available ActivitiesSwimming, Billiards
Ready to go red. Photo submitted by Mark3350050 on 11/05/2020
Photo submitted by Sunti88 on 10/14/2020
Photo submitted by Sunti88 on 10/14/2020
Group in front of us. Photo submitted by jnooyen on 08/18/2019
Beautiful day... mid July Photo submitted by u398145864 on 07/20/2019
Photo submitted by dirtcakes on 06/13/2019
View of the approach on 18 from 19! Photo submitted by brovarnm on 05/02/2016
Par 3 at 14. No less than 5 bunkers await you.... Photo submitted by brovarnm on 05/02/2016
Looking back at the 16th fairway. Photo submitted by brovarnm on 05/02/2016
17th. Par 3. Photo submitted by brovarnm on 05/02/2016
Picturesque as is the entire course. Photo submitted by brovarnm on 05/02/2016
Last shot of the day - uphill to the 18th green. Photo submitted by UncleGolferDale on 11/29/2015
from the 17th tee box Photo submitted by ccannizzaro on 09/27/2012
View from an elevated tee Photo submitted by gordyvon on 09/25/2012
Putting on a beautiful green Photo submitted by gordyvon on 09/25/2012
For midwinter the course played very nicely, however, the greens were very bumpy.
Layout and pace of play are fine but I have never played a golf course in as poor condition as this.
Laguna Seca----better than I thought
this is a robert trent jones course, which i didn't know---and the weather was perfect. the pump on the well that provides the irrigation to the course has been broken for over a month, so the fairways were quite yellow, but the ground wasn't hard. there are a few really difficult holes like the 15th, but overall, i really enjoyed the layout, pace of play and even with the irrigation issues, the greens were in great shape. will play again for sure!
Fun layout, fairways not really in great shape. Greens really bumpy. Person that checked us in was very nice. They can definitely use trash cans at more tee box’s, and definitely a golf cart course. A lot of hills. But it is a cool course worth a play
Winter conditions & poor greens
Fairways are hit and miss Winter conditions for sure. Brown and thin in most areas. Greens looked like a waffle. Square grids with two different height of grass throughout Very bumpy.
POP was slow. Group in front of us fell almost two holes behind.
while encouraging walking, there were many who had single golfer per electric cart making their pace of play much quicker than the two walkers who we were paired with. Despite playing a 4:10 round. there were unhappy - rude people behind resulting from frustration at the pace of play.
We had played this course a couple of weeks past and found the fairways and greens to be in horrible condition! After our rains a week or so ago I thought things would green up or shape up, but silly me, everything had gotten worse. To my dismay, even the restrooms were dirty and had no paper towels or soap. The only thing going for them was the friendly staff..
Not going back
I've placed Laguna Seca several times this year. Yesterday was my final round there (at least until I hear of some massive changes). The entire operation seems to be run on a shoestring. Course conditions (which never were great) are now really poor, and it's not just because of the season -- greens appeared unmown and in some cases unwatered.
Equally poor is the general disposition of (most of) the employees - the guy behind the counter has the personality of a door knob, and acts like customers are a nuisance.
The last few times out, I've noticed a complete lack of marshals. There's no excuse for this at a course with a seniors program. This, of course, leads to all kinds of unacceptable behavior by players and spectators. I saw carts driven within 5' of putting greens, and virtually onto teeing areas.
Overall, the place has the feel of a dying municipal course. It's really a shame because the layout has such great potential. But without better management, Laguna Seca has become depressing to visit.
This use to be my favorite course, but after today it will be awhile before we return!! The fairways were like playing on a mowed dead pasture and the greens were in such bad shape you could count your ball bounces! I realize ALL the courses are getting heavy play, but a little water would really help out!
Dried out. Poor value right now.
A shame as the track is fun, but very dried out with spotty turf. So disappointing as I used to play here often. Greens okay, but seemed a bit slow. Hadn't played course in 6 years. Used to have Player's card, but paid $70 walking on a Saturday. Not worth it. Four hours for Saturday was okay. Hope we get rain!
Needs real grass & lots of water
I stopped playing after 9 because the group (& myself) thought we were wasting our time. There is very little green grass besides the greens. So much dirt and brown grass. Please water your course. Terrible decision...
Great Layout, but condition not where it should be for me...
My wife and I played Laguna for the first time and the overall layout is very good, but for about $90 a person it should be kept better than an average Muni. This course could/should be amazing it has everything but care. I’m not sure I’ll be back considering we can play Pacific Grove for less...
bought on golf now, 11:50 tee time with cart. can finish before dark. I need a cart, they tell me closing at 4:00pm and need the carts in by 3:30. Surprisingly we get to the 17th hole by 3:20 and we are told it was are last hole of the day. We were the last group of the day to tee off, they had no marshal to keep groups moving. we were waiting almost every shot for the group in front of us. We were the only group that wasn't allowed to finish.
greens were in good shape. the fair were bad for the price, a lot of dead grass. Might not go back for a while.
I’ve played here many times and I enjoy the layout. Plays longer than the yardage due to elevation changes. Conditions are always questionable. This time around the tees were moved way up due to them trying to heal back portions. Greens were decent. Bumpy as expected for this course. There are a few true lines out there though.