The Pasture Golf website outlines the locations and individuality of many courses that meet their strict expectations. I was surprised to find out how many are located near me.
Due to the strong natural character of these courses they have unique house rules, some of these include:
Smedberg Pines Golf Course in Pollock Pines, California - Bear shit counts as a "loose impediment". The house may be considered a "hazard". Don't spend more than 5 minutes looking for any one ball. Beware of cars on #4 and #12. Read yardages on every hole, it's a short course. See nothing, feel nothing and be the ball.
Ernie Holzemer's Four Hole Pasture Golf Course in Amidon, North Dakota, has it's own particular rules:
No Golf Carts Rule - It would cut playing time down to five minutes.
Badger Rule - "If a badger steals your ball, don't mess with the badger."
Gopher Rule - "If a gopher steals your ball, it's legal to retrieve it from the gopher hole."
7-Iron Rule - "Use your 7-iron to kill rattlesnakes."
Alaskan Golf Courses are no different:
The Raven Rule - Muskeg Meadows Golf Course, Wrangell, Alaska
If a raven steals your ball, you may replace it with no penalty, if you have a witness to the theft.
The Critter Rule - Birch Ridge Golf Course, Soldotna, Alaska
Please allow moose and other wild critters to play through!
The Bear Rule - Bear Valley Golf Course, Kodiak, Alaska
Bears have the right to play through.
Relief from Moose Tracks - Mt. Fairweather Golf Course
Take relief from moose tracks.
If raven or fox steals ball, take free drop at theft location.