Skyline Wilderness Park

Napa, California     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Drake Bowles › March 21, 2017
-  +1 votes  + Dale d › May 6, 2016
Beautiful and technical course set in a wilderness park. This course makes great use of the hilly terrain and abundant trees. Has some of the best concrete tees i've ever seen and discatcher pro baskets. Great variety and shot shaping depending on the pin locations. Hole 4 long may be the toughest par 3 in california.
-  -3 votes  + Nick Bosovich › May 1, 2016
Only played the 9 hole course so gave 3s for holes 10-18

Got to course at 6, after I paid 5$ the lady told me I couldn't play the full 18 cause I had to be out by 7. Guess you can still get out so I shoulda tried to play all 18 but I decided to just play the 9... boring course, baskets just thrown in a field with some fairways mowed... everything about 300'
-  +0 votes  + Luke Olive › February 23, 2015
-  +0 votes  + Edan Badajos › December 27, 2014
-  +0 votes  + Michael Feury › August 11, 2014
-  +1 votes  + Peter Ensrud › April 22, 2014
Had heard decent reviews about this course. Heard that it has some nice holes, but some treacherous hills. The hike in is ok. Don't be so lazy people, give me a break. Heard from disc golf buddies that if your disc decides to roll down hill you will be chasing it for a couple holes back down the mountain. This happened to us. It is no joke. If you are lucky enough to have your disc not roll down the mountain then you can really have a good round. I liked the oak trees and views from the course. ...
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-  +0 votes  + Gary N › April 15, 2014
Beautiful course, but very difficult/challenging. Had trouble finding Hole 11 - and a little trouble finding the basket for #18. Very hilly course and slippery dirt. The good advice that I ignored was to wear hiking boots. You need good traction on this course! Beautiful views from the course, especially of the wall of trees opposite the course. This course was created with love - tee boxes hacked out of the mountain that are nice and flat, good signage, good system of indicating which ba ...
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-  +2 votes  + Craig Pyle › February 26, 2014
I am biased because it is my second home course and I am the TD for the Vintage Cup.
The course plays best in the spring when the grass is green and the ground softer so roll-a-ways are minimized. Turkey, Deer and fantastic views. Fly Pads on all Tee pads, but are replacing with concrete tee pads. A bit of a walk in, and not beginner friendly, but fair fairways. Look for hole position on the Dial. No water on the course, but you can drop a cooler at the clubhouse area above tee one
-  +1 votes  + Luda F. › July 18, 2013
Fabulous views, well taken care of course and lots of fun. I find fairways a bit tight along the hillside and it is easy to wonder which hole to shoot for as you can see several baskets from some tees.
-  +0 votes  + Ron Oberst › March 31, 2013
love this course.
-  +1 votes  + Mitch Booher › March 21, 2013
Beautiful views, moderately to heavily wooded course. Hilly, well marked, Friendly locals. 10 minute hike to and from course sucked after your round. Overall, Well worth the visit.
-  +0 votes  + Nick Olsen › February 28, 2013
My favorite course to date.
Very well kept.
Miraculous view.
That being said... very challenging.
-  +1 votes  + Dan Flans › July 22, 2012
This course is great, minus a few points for the bit of trouble finding our way around the course. Accidently played to the wrong basket on a hole. Challenging course that tests most parts of the game. With the terrain I feel there is a missed opportunity on a big downhill bomber marquis hole. The scenery is unreal, it may be due to being from the midwest or helped by the kind grass of ca, but i spent 3/4 of my round staring off in to the mountains. Physically strenuous, better enjoyed by intermediate to experienced golfer.
-  +0 votes  + steve nolff › March 22, 2012