The Club at Pasadora
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The Club at Pasadora

100 Pasadera Drive, Monterey,California,93940
Type: Private
No. Holes: 18
(831) 647-7000
Detailed description

The Club at Pasadera, previously named The Nicklaus Club and before that named Pasadera Country Club, is a Private, 18 hole golf course located in Monterey, California.

The golf course first opened for play in 2000. The course was designed by Jack Nicklaus.

The property’s history dates to the late 1700s when it was settled by Spanish missionaries from Mexico on land named Rancho Laguna Seca, part of what then was Alta California. In 1821 it fell from Spanish rule to Mexico until the end of the Mexican-American War in 1848.

The property was purchased in 1953 and transformed into a sizable thoroughbred horse farm and renamed Laguna Seca Ranch.  It was then developed as Pasadera Country Club, with the new golf course as the centerpiece of a 565-acre, master-planned Pasadera community.

In 2013, Pasadera Country Club was rebranded as Nicklaus Club-Monterey. In 2018 the property was again sold, and the name has come almost full circle. The course was renamed, The Club at Pasadera.

The 14th hole is a par 3 perched atop a dramatic bluff, playing a full carry across a deep, rugged canyon to a sizable green.

Nicklaus Club is a par 71 course.  The course has six par 3s, five par 5s, and seven par 4s, with five sets of tees that range from 5,003 from the front to 6,756 at the back.