Humboldt State University

Arcata, California     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Chris Hall › July 14, 2012
Pros: One of the most beutifull courses in the world. Giant Redwoods towering over your head A fun and challenging course for all. Lots of diffrent shots will test every throw in your bag. Lefty and Righty fair Lots of elevation change. Many very unique holes that you can't play anywhere else in the world. Some ace-able holes. Teeing off of a giant stump on hole 2 is one of the coolest things ever. Lots of cool people that play here. Nice new handmade wooden teesigns. Baskets on every ...
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-  +0 votes  + Dave Peterson › April 13, 2014
Very beautiful serene course on the side of a hill in the redwood forest. But its a cluster f**k was lucky enough to play with one of the locals or there was no way finding your way around this course. Can't imagine how they play leagues here unless they issue full body armor. There was a lot of really good holes that utilized the hills elevation unfortunately it requires throwing across another fairway or teepad or even both. It was like playing golf with the ewoks just incredible scenery. No. ...
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-  +0 votes  + Pete Leedy › December 5, 2012
Amazing course that plays thought the fern dotted redwood forest.
-  +0 votes  + Paul Fraser › June 5, 2013
Front was fun, back 9 was a clusterf*ck, tees in the middle of fairways, no clear directions as to where you go... Cool course, needs to be rearranged for flow and safety.
-  +0 votes  + Stephen Garner › February 4, 2013
-  +0 votes  + Andrew Thompson › April 9, 2013
Amazing course!
-  +0 votes  + Steve W › July 8, 2013
My home course. Absolutely beautiful! Can be confusing for first timers, but well worth getting to know. Back nine has some overlapping fairways and tees, but only a big deal on crowded days.
-  +0 votes  + Jacob Serio › March 30, 2014
Beautiful course set in the redwoods. It was like playing on Endor, and I'm pretty sure an Ewok made off with my Star Vulcan on hole 5. Hole 2 signature pad was different! Good baskets and tricky fairways. Great locals.

A little hard to navigate but I loved it.
-  +0 votes  + John doe › October 9, 2014
Very technical course supper friendly loacols as I was here from out of state never played it and was welcomed right in to a group to play and have a tour guide thanks to al and Burt for that this is a must play if you ever get the chance
-  +0 votes  + Ivan Burford › September 13, 2014
such a cool course! my girlfriend and I met up with some locals and were shown some nice hospitality. friendly folks and awesome shots make this course a must play for any golfer who loves the adventure disc golf can provide. If you a true golfer you will love this course, not for the beginner golfer IMO.
-  +0 votes  + Phillip m nichols › December 9, 2018
New tee boxes on a lot of holes. New spots for some holes.
-  -1 votes  + Jamie Vincent › January 4, 2016
Where else will you get to play disc golf in the giant red woods. With that said, they area is very protected, so the course layout is Horrible. Luckily I played with someone who had played the.course. Not much for signage or pads. In the.course design and esthetics like pads benches and garbage cans, those aspects are horrible for most courses..AgAin that is a lot to do with the environmentalist. .Pros, crazy elevation and sweet pond hole, elevated mach baskets, and the cool Pacific northcoast air. Looks like night time in those beautiful old trees. Glad I played it once.