+2 votes Brody Cannon › September 10, 2012
Once you get up in the Redwoods, you'll be in for a treat. Beautiful course with fun variety of short shots!
+1 votes Jenny Umstead › October 7, 2010
This is my home coarse, we have put cement pads in and next tee signs. You can have dogs just keep them on leash till you get up to the coarse. It is a beautiful hike through the redwoods, and very technical. The holes are short but very fun, good way to pracitce your aim.
+0 votes Olivia Parrish › March 3, 2011
+0 votes Armando Lopez › December 11, 2011
Short to medium length but the fairways more than make up for it. Tight lines on every hole and the sloping terrain increases the difficulty. This course will test your short game and your patience. Roll-aways are prominent so watch your discs at all times. I highly recommend this venue for anyone looking for a challenge.
+0 votes Jack W › October 6, 2010
No dogs allowed. This course is in the wilderness but, you have to walk through a middle school to get to it. Difficult to tell which way to go half of the time and none of it is flat....lots of climbing and hiking through trees.
+0 votes Chris Edwards › March 13, 2012
+0 votes Patrick Mcnett › March 26, 2012
Good course good setting. Also on school grounds which kinda has it's restrictions It has a few mandatories one of which seems to be very vague. Much more technical then Aptos but missing long open drives. Under the redwood canopy is a great place to be. Fun change of pace from Delaveaga.
+0 votes Patrick Treude › July 3, 2016
This is the hilliest course I've ever played. The course is built on the side of a steep hill in the redwood forest. The front nine is very tight but short but it opens up on the back with longer holes. It was an incredible feeling being in this redwood forest. My favorite hole is the 5th. It was adjacent to an amphitheatre right in the forest. Wow, what an amazing feeling walking through that. They didn't have signs or distances marked. So, I had to walk up a few times to locate the pins. ...
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This is the hilliest course I've ever played. The course is built on the side of a steep hill in the redwood forest. The front nine is very tight but short but it opens up on the back with longer holes. It was an incredible feeling being in this redwood forest. My favorite hole is the 5th. It was adjacent to an amphitheatre right in the forest. Wow, what an amazing feeling walking through that. They didn't have signs or distances marked. So, I had to walk up a few times to locate the pins. Also, finding this course was near impossible. The course is behind the baseball and soccer fields on top of the hill behind the fence.
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+0 votes Ron Oberst › June 17, 2013
+0 votes Tim "Skip" Becker › June 24, 2016
+0 votes Brandon Ammon › February 6, 2013
This course has very short holes which is nice because you don't have to worry about the distance but you have to navigate through a lot of trees.
+0 votes Mitch Booher › March 22, 2013
Great setting, love the trees. Other than that, I hate this place. I lose a disc everytime I visit, not to mention trash, bottles, cigarette butts, rollaways, a few dirt teepads, unstable and grumpy homeowners.next to the course. Theres too much luck factor involved. Sorry to say, I avoid this place.
+0 votes Doug O'Dell › June 8, 2014
+0 votes paul kris › October 20, 2015
have to work both sides throwing, some blind downhill throws, if you cannot throw do not go. Good fun some hill walking ,
+0 votes John Johnson › March 11, 2016
This is my home course, great setting under the trees, especially during summer when hot. Hardly ever gets crowded. Some cement tees, some dirt. Some baskets have seen better days. Great place to develop your accuracy. Don't need a big arm. Watch out for rollaways.