Beachfront Park

Crescent City, California     1 course · 24 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Michael Pitts-Campbell › January 21, 2015
B-
Many of the problems that C. Hall noted have been fixed: it's a city park — live with it and share it; there are arrows on the basket bases to direct you to the next tee; almost all the pads are concrete except the ones around the soccer fields; the trees, well, they're some of the obstacles lacking on some holes so don't go into them (besides there are roofs on which you can land a disc). The main difficulty I had is that a couple of the tee pads are part of paved areas; they're marked bu ...
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-  +0 votes  + Mr. Snap › January 19, 2015
A+
-  +0 votes  + Sean H › April 5, 2014
B
Great open course marking is needed but not necessary and Tues mornings at 10 there is a tsunami warning real fun!
-  +0 votes  + Ryan Lepley › August 15, 2012
C-
one hole was missing. course was hard to follow. lost interest and lost my way. didn't finish the course. I did love the hole that was overhanging the ocean though (hole 7 i think)
-  +0 votes  + Chris Hall › July 14, 2012
D
Pros: -Gold colored baskets not only look good, but also help keep them from rusting -Friendly Locals -Ocean Views -Use's the little bit of elevation change to its advantage -Bathrooms on site -The concrete holes that are in, are nice and numbered -One big water hazard, the Pacific Ocean Cons: -If the ocean was not there, it would be a basic city course -Lack of obsticles on some holes -Had to skip a few holes due to soccer playing kids -ONLY PLAYABLE WITH A LOCAL FOR A GUIDE -Trees ...
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-  +1 votes  + George Bodiroga › July 13, 2012
C-
Flat, windy, and hard to follow layout. They are trying, but sometimes there is only so much to work with.