North Peninsula Recreation Service Area

Nikiski, Alaska     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Tim Zoda › November 17, 2013
This course needs some work. Too much tall grass. You either land on Fairway or your disc is gone. Really fun to play though!
-  +0 votes  + Jordan Thies › May 19, 2014
NEEDS cement pads but the layout and length of holes is a real disc golf course. its not easy
-  +0 votes  + Tom Wheeler › May 27, 2014
Pretty challenging course. Some long drives with lots of trees. Watch out for the tall grass if you hook one out in the woods you will be looking for a while. Keep on the lookout for moose and bears also.
-  +0 votes  + Vance Wonser › June 30, 2014
I've only been throwing a couple months so take this review for what it's worth... I thought it was a great course! well marked & laid out. I threw from the amateur tees & threw a +4 the 1st time through. It is easy to loose discs in the tall grass ion the rough, but it's a woods course in Alaska... Nicer tees would get it an A but it's already got the best tees on the Peninsula.
-  +0 votes  + Tay Harling › September 28, 2014
Course needs a lot of work! A lot of tall grass that makes it near impossible to find your discs. A lot of dead shrubs and trees laying down that need to be taken out and more throwing lanes cleared a little but more. Possibly some redesign of a couple holes. All in all it's a fun course with some awesome looks. Just spend more time looking for discs than hucking some plastic.
-  +0 votes  + Andrew M › June 3, 2015
Needs a lot of work. Trail between tees and baskets look like they were just bulldozed and left as it. WAY to much grass. Spend more time hunting for discs than playing.
-  +0 votes  + Taylor Jacobs › June 17, 2015
This course has the land, layout, baskets, signage, and beauty to be an A+ course. Baskets are installed to perfection, course is easy to follow, multiple tees on many holes, excellent signs, gorgeous land, pretty solid design. This course has so many positives, unfortunately the tee pads are bad and the rough isn't just rough, it's ridiculous. Natural teepads aren't a problem, but sand/rock is not good. Use wood/rubber chips if staying natural. Rough is expected on any golf course, but the roug ...
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