Course Review and Comments
What's not to love? Nearly every hole is dramatic in some fashion, whether it's elevation change, crazy greens or difficult doglegs. From the very start, this course is difficult. You get a breather from time to time, but it doesn't let up much. And don't let the 6,500 yards fool you, this par 70 plays long.
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November 04th, 2010 17:40
played course while travelling us from australia, played all the bucket list courses, inc pebble and wolf creek, I rate pasatiempo as second behind spyglass for sheer enjoyment, both courses beat me u
March 04th, 2010 13:10
Stunning design. A great walking course; wonderful shot values with superb greens and bunkering. The longest 6500 I've ever played. Brace yourself for a wonderful test, stern but fair.
February 23rd, 2008 17:38
Beautiful setting, well maintained, each hole has a different and distinctive personality. Great experience.
February 04th, 2008 08:26
This is an absolutely great golf course! Alister McKenzie's design and the condition of the course are fabulous. Don't miss it! It is definitely *****.
February 02nd, 2008 15:18
It's a 12 on a 10 point scale. The challenge of this par 70, 6500 yard course is beyond your wildest imagination, yet equally enjoyable to the high handicapper as MacKenzie's design allows alternate
February 02nd, 2008 09:56
Of all the courses available for public play in the Monterey Bay area (Pebble, Spyglass, Bayonet, etc) Pasatiempo is my favorite. It is extremely challenging, yet a joy to play. And the weather always
January 28th, 2008 11:26
Anyone headed to the Monterey Bay area must play this course, and if you have ever wondered what it's like to putt at Augusta National, you will find out at Pasatiempo. I have played the course often
January 26th, 2008 19:37
The course plays 6600 yards but you will find it hard to believe. The uphill, over-the-barranca 11th hole is 390 yards but I have rarely reached it with less than a driver and fairway wood. Each hole
January 25th, 2008 14:21
Nearby Pebble Beach gets all the attention, and for good reason. But Pasatiempo doesn't take a back seat to Pebble, it's a world class course in its own right, for about half the price. This is a mu
January 25th, 2008 14:16
With the MacKenzie renovation complete this course is a must when visiting the Monterey Peninsula.
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