In Woodland Hills, California, Woodland Hills Country Club is an exclusive, 18-hole course that is a well-known spot throughout the valley. The club is available to play all seven days of the week. It has three distinct golf courses and locations for players of all levels. The ballroom and clubhouse provide an area for a variety of social gatherings. Massage facilities provide professional massages and an electric towel.
The course is a small narrow, narrow and steep course that is fairly steep and narrow. There are a lot of waste bunkers running along down the side of the golf course as well as the course is lush in areas which matter. The course has an overall slope that is 126, based on Bermuda grass and is an par 70. The course is comprised of three par-5s as well as five par-3s. One of the longest holes on the course can be found at #18 which is a par-5 of 533 yards. The hole with the shortest length at the club is #15 which is a par-3, and plays up to 148 yards off the back of the tees. The front nine is mostly kikuyu. While the back nine features grasses that are mixed. In the front, there is an average slope of 72.4 and the back nine is graded 74.3.
This course is a fantastic exercise for all golfers at different levels. Its fairways have a narrow width while the greens tend to be tiny and there’s plenty of space for error. The back nine is where the course is mostly downhill. The tee boxes aren’t quite placed and the course features numerous cart paths that go along the fairways’ edges. The front nine is characterized by an elevated shot from the tee while the back nine is an extremely steep hill.
The course is comprised of 3 sets of tees each with the different playing levels. The tee boxes on back nine are a bit further in the back than the front but the course does feel more spacious. The first six holes are lengthy and the holes play downhill. The 7th hole is an incline that is steep, while the 6th hole is an uphill hole that has a large tree on the left of the fairway. The 8th hole is an unusual design, and the 10th hole is a narrow downhill par-3. There are only two two holes in the rear nine which are uphill.
The course is situated on the south-facing portion of San Fernando Valley. Woodland Hills Golf Shop hosts numerous events throughout the season. It is also home to the Woodland Hills Country Club also offers qualifiers for USGA tournaments.
The year 2012 was the time that Woodland Hills Country Club underwent major changes. The course was updated to include a brand-new member bar as well as a brand new outdoor patio. The clubhouse was renovated while the club shop has been renovated. The clubhouse has a new fitness center, as well as the ability to access a large group fitness studio. In addition, guests can enjoy massages inside the clubhouse. The prices start at $74 an hour. The newly renovated massage room comes with heated towels as well as an exercise table.