Well … no.
Here’s all the caveats. I haven’t played Poppy in many years. It underwent a significant renovation a few years back that by all accounts has made it a much better course. (I’m hoping to see that later this year, which is why I was on their site and familiar with their 2019 US Open deals.)
I liked the old Poppy pretty well. But even if the reno is really good, the course can only be so good. It’s in a nice spot in the trees. If you get a clear day there are maybe a couple holes where you can see the ocean. But it has always been a poster child for courses that are getting a lot simply based on their neighborhood. Their current “rack rate” is $250 to walk, which is still cheaper than any of the big 3 Pebble Beach resort courses (PB, Spyglass, Spanish Bay), but then it’s not as good as any of those. The course I played years ago is robbery at $250. But in reality it seems like it’s pretty easy to play it for $110, either through an online deal or if you play with a NCGA member. Given the neighborhood, that’s a good rate given how good the reno looks. (But that makes $300/person during Open week look that much steeper.)
Pasa, so far as I can tell, isn’t raising their rates during Open week. That’s $260 to walk for a legit world class course. I’ve never played Bayonet/Black Horse but many people speak highly of those courses and put them close to Poppy Hills. Pacific Grove is a Jekyll/Hyde course. The back nine in the dunes is fantastic (well, 6 holes of it is), but the front is cramped and kinda awful. For under $70, given what it’s neighbors charge, it’s a bargain and a blast. But who knows how available it will be that week or what thy’ll be charging.
TLDR; value is in the eye of the beholder. But if you can play Pasa and the green fee is still under $300 then paying $300/p (even if it includes food) to be stuck in a shotgun at Poppy Hills is a tough proposition.