Morro Bay Golf Course is a scenic layout that will challenge golfers of all abilities. It's not quite the "Poor mans Pebble Beach" While there no holes you can drown your ball in the ocean but the course does have many spectacular views of Morro Bay and the Pacific Ocean. The modest clubhouse has a pro shop and a small snack bar. I've played there 5 times when I visit my daughter who is attending college in San Luis Obispo. I've always played Morro Bay on weekends, in the early afternoon and have never had a problem getting out within 20 minutes. Just enough time to warm up on the driving range and practice a few putts on the practice putting green. HINT most of the putts you have will break towards the bay. ... The first hole is a short par 5 playing uphill but downwind. The course starts to show its teeth on the second. A solid 440 par four into the prevailing wind.. Holes 6 through 9 are fairly difficult and an even par score on those holes is an accomplishment.. The back nine is the better nine highlighted by my favorite hole, the scenic downhill 439 yard par 4 13th.. 14,15 and 16 are easier holes but the 230 par 3 17th and the uphill, into the wind 380 yard pard 4 18th which has the largest green on the course is rarely reached in regulation have ruined many good rounds on this much better than average public golf.
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