Woodland Hills Golf & Country Club first opened for play in 1961. The course was designed by Bobby J. Martin. The championship tees were added in the fall of 1997.
Woodland Hills Golf & Country Club golf course, was built on rolling terrain. The course has narrow fairways. The course is unique in design that the front side is routed in a clockwise rotation causing out of bounds left and the back side is routed counterclock wise causing out of bounds right. Water hazards come into play on six of the holes. This course can be a good test of golf for all skill levels. The driving range allows irons only.
Woodland Hills Golf & Country Club has 3 sets of tees. Blue 6,442 yards with a 70.8 course rating and a 125 slope rating; White 6,194 yards with a 69.4 course rating and a 123 slope rating; Red 5,057 yards with a 69.3 course rating and a 115 slope rating.
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