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tromak 01-31-2013 04:59 PM

long beach to fort bragg
 
hey everyone, on monday im heading up to fort bragg from long beach and i want to play some sweet courses. I kinda like either hilly /partially treed or big trees. I mean dont get me wrong i like them all but if i had to choose i would play in big trees. I like the obstacle challenging me to weave the disc through them. Anyway like i say im open to all of them so if there is something awesome that isnt my ideal course lt me know anyway. Thanks everyone. Later.

humchris85 01-31-2013 05:19 PM

Fort Bragg isn't going to be ideal if you are trying to play hilly/wooded courses. You might as well spend the couple extra hours on the road and come play Humboldt courses. There is the Redwood Curtain up in Arcata, that fits what you are looking for 100%. You should also try to see if you can get an appointment to play Birds Of Paradise, it's not allways easy, but it is one of the most beautiful courses in the country.

tromak 02-01-2013 01:24 AM

I would for sure like to get up there and play some of those courses. Not sure if the gf is down for an extra few hours to play disc golf but we'll see.

masterlurk 02-01-2013 01:37 AM

just map out the way then see what courses are along the way. maybe SC, SF, Novato.

Rescue 02-01-2013 03:13 AM

De La in Santa Cruz, GGP in San Francisco, Black Mouse in Felton, and Stafford in Novato will fit that bill. If you're going 101 you just take 152 over to Watsonville. I would say it's about 45 min out of your way, but then you can also take Hwy 1 from Santa Cruz to S.F. Takes a bit longer, but that way you don't have to drive back over the hill to 101.
GGP and Stafford are both very close to your line of travel. Oh one other place to check out is the KOA in Willits. Very hilly and wooded, but bring some Technu for that couse. Tons of poison oak, same with Stafford, but not too bad.

TempleOfDoom 02-01-2013 12:19 PM

Make sure you hit Casitas and Waller before you leave Socal behind.

tromak 02-01-2013 06:27 PM

Yeah i mean i know i could just look at a map and luck into something nice, but i don't have much time left and want to hit the goods while im here. i'll be back for sure though. thanks for the info though i appreciate it. just a side note here, i just played the back 18 of la mirada and it may be my new favorite. Hit the chains and almost got my first ace on hole 10 i believe. Of course it rolled down the hill after that into the street but still exciting.

Peterb 02-02-2013 12:33 AM

Aside from those previously mentioned...
I'd hit Ryan ranch, lake Sonoma, south lake Mendocino, and
Maybe low gap. All are right along your route from long beach if you're taking
101. If you're taking the 5, then you should scoot quickly up to
SF, play ggp and go north from there

tromak 02-02-2013 05:53 PM

5 up pch back is the plan, but im open to suggestions.

Peterb 02-03-2013 10:53 PM

I'd suggest taking 101 on at least part of the trip. Pretty fast, excellent golf the entire way. Break off the 101 at salinas, head to monterey and catch the 1 up to Dela.


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