Pajaro Valley Golf Club lies between Monterey and Santa Cruz, just east of the crashing ocean waves, in Watsonville, California. It was built in 1928 by Floyd McFarland and updated by Robert Muir Graves in 1965. Lined by Monterey Cypress trees, the rolling fairways dip into Elkhorn Slough, a natural bird and animal habitat.
Once the home of former U.S. Open champion Olin Dutra, the spacious course features small, well-protected greens and elevated tees, which offer scenic views of the Pajaro Valley. Extremely playable for all levels of golfers, Pajaro Valley Golf Club is California Coastal golf at its finest.