Woodstock Golf Club first opened for play in 1929. The course was designed by Ralph Twitchell.
A round of golf on the nine-hole course (which measures 5,456 yards for 18 holes) begins and ends with a walk over the Sawkill Creek. As it winds its scenic way beneath the slopes of Overlook Mountain, the course offers a worthy test of skill to golfers of all abilities. For 75 years the club has hosted the Woodstock Open, which annually attracts a field of top amateur and professional golfers; the legendary Gene Sarazen competed twice in the 1960s.
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