World Woods Golf Club

The World Woods Golf Club is home to two of Tom Fazio’s greatest designs – the Rolling Oaks and the Pine Barrens. Both of the courses is among the “Top 100 Courses in the U.S.A.” and were given a 5-star rating by Golf Digest. This semi-private golf facility offers the two challenging courses including a 9-hole executive course.

The Pine Barrens Course has been ranked as the 26th among “America’s Best Modern Course” by Golf Week. This highly-acclaimed golf layout features the stunning combination of the area’s native terrain and the magnificent golf course design. When playing at the Pine Barrens, golfers are often confronted with the layout’s expansive untamed waste bunkering framing the large manicured fairways. The golf course is often compared to New Jersey’s Pine Valley. The front nine offers the par-4 play while the back nine a par-3 plays.

The Rolling Oaks Course on the other hand offers an entirely different level of experience. Being a second-world class layout, Rolling Oaks features the bleached white sands that fill the sharply defined bunkers as well as the rich green fairways. A reminiscent of the renowned Augusta National, the layout’s landscaping is being highlighted by numerous Azalea bushes. To add up to the fair test in golf, the course also features the undulating greens and beautiful rolling fairways. At play, golfers will face the great blend of holes that would demand a strategic approach and variety of shots.

Aside from the championship courses, the club also provides guests with a Pro Shop, Driving Range, Chipping Green, and a Practice Bunker. Dress code is strictly observed. And when doing reservations, guests can already book 60 days in advanced.

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