Beau Pre Golf Club

1777 Norton Rd , McKinleyville, CA


  • Instruction
  • Pro Shop
  • Full Kitchen
  • Beer/Wine
  • Spirits
  • Driving Range


Total Yardage5748
Course StyleParkland
Course TypeRegulation


The intriguing name "Beau Pre" becomes even more fascinating when attached to a golf course tucked away in as picturesque and sparsely populated an area as McKinleyville in Humboldt County. Beau Pre means ""beautiful meadow"" in French, and the golf course bearing its name fits that billing with lush fairways of pine and spruce trees, lovely ponds, and elevated tees to heighten the visual splendor. Water comes into play on nine holes and sand traps are strategically placed throughout the track. ""Majestic"" is the operative word for this area some 250 miles north of San Francisco. Redwood National Park and Six Rivers National Forest provide part of the backdrop at Beau Pre, and the Pacific Ocean fills out the rest. And then there's McKinleyville, which in addition to its golf hosting, boasts the World's Tallest Totem Pole at 57,000 pounds and 160 feet high. Travelers bound for Oregon find Beau Pre a perfect stop, with daily public play, in-town lodging, and plentiful other outdoor opportunities available to recreationally minded golfers. " Learn more

Year Founded1967
ArchitectDon Harling

Individual Tee Stats

Tee NameParYardageCourse RatingSlope RatingDifficulty ? A course’s difficulty rating represents how many strokes over par a bogey golfer can expect to shoot, under normal course and weather conditions.