Woodmont Country Club has two distinctive 18-hole championship golf courses. They are The Cypress Course and The Pines Course. Both courses have plenty of water that comes into play on several holes and both are well bunkered. The courses both have numerous mature trees. You will find this to be a golf facility for all skill levels as they offer five sets of tees to play. The Cypress course has hosted a Nike Tour event and PGA Tour Honda Classic Qualifiers. Both the Cypress and Pines courses have hosted Championship events.
The Pines Course course at Woodmont Country Club first opened for play in 1974. The course was designed by Robert Von Hagge. The Cypress course at Woodmont Country Club plays to a par-72 and a maximum distance of 6,432 yards. The course rating is 70.8 and the slope rating is 128.
The Pines Course is a shorter shot makers course. The Pine Course has small fairways.
The Cypress course at Woodmont Country Club first opened for play in 1969. The course was designed by Bruce Devlin. The Cypress course at Woodmont Country Club plays to a par-72 and a maximum distance of 7,043 yards. The course rating is 74.0 and the slope rating is 135.
The Cypress Course is one of the top courses in south Florida. It was private for over 30 years and in Fall of 2007 was opened up to the public. The Cypress Course has generous fairways.
$21 (cart included), played on Tuesday, April 2011 at 6am
Used to be a fine course. Tee boxes chewed up, lack grass. Fairways in poor condition - bare spots; greens have bad patches (fungus?), need to be mowed and rolled. Overall, would not play again. It's a shame because it used to be a well-maintained course. Lack of rain doesn't help.
$31 (cart included), played on Tuesday, October 2008 at 8am
very nice course....prefer the cypress course however
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