Tomki, Redwood Valley, California     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +2 votes  + Joseph Easterbrook › April 1, 2011
Well not to be bias, but this course is awesome. It has a good mix of open-ish fields, tree heavy holes, beautiful scenery, and on the back fun elevation change (9 baskets, 9 tones). Email me at [email redacted] if you want to play (it is private property at my familys place)!! Not an A+ due to the poison-oak issues on the back for those who get it...
-  +0 votes  + Nicholas Easterbrook › October 12, 2010
-  -1 votes  + Will Brown › March 27, 2011
Instant Classic. As previously mentioned front 9 well established and well designed; back 9 not quite as polished. Course is set in the beautiful mendo countryside. The oak trees on the course add some obstacles and definitely character.
-  +0 votes  + Jenelle K › November 7, 2011
One of my favorite courses! I like the holes that are open and unobstructed to see just how far I can really throw, but then there's holes that are in the trees which add to the challenge. Since the course is private and you're usually playing through all in the same group it's nice not having to really worry about hitting people on other holes! This course is where I learned to play disc golf and fell in love with it from the very beginning! Awesome job!!
-  +0 votes  + Aaron McKenna › November 7, 2011
This course has a good variety of shots for lefties and righties. Pretty short, but very well maintained.
-  +0 votes  + Quincy Oswald › November 7, 2011
I don't reqard myself as a highly skilled player, but I know a wonderful course when I see one. I had the absolute pleasure of embarking upon a game of disc on the famed "Barnyard" course, and boy oh boy was it a treat. "Barnyard" is set in beautiful Mendocino county on Tomki Road, and is a private course. The course plays through lush pastures, dense shrubbery, and thick oak trees. Although the course suffers much rain in the wet season, the Vets still suit up and play in the mud. There is ...
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-  +0 votes  + Kelly Muth › November 8, 2011
Great (private) course. Variety of shots and obstacles. Good for all skill levels, and even the occasional barnyard animal to join the round. Well maintained, and some successful tournaments in the past.
-  +0 votes  + Pete Leedy › May 21, 2012
-  +0 votes  + wil boyes › May 29, 2013
sweet dude!!