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Played Woodlands for the first time today. Absolutely love the
layout. A real test of strategy that rewards good shotmaking but
punishes poor shots. A good short game is essential to score well
around this course. Condition of course was reasonable for winter
and given that it has rained for the best part of the last week.
I would imagine however that the condition of the course would go
up a notch in the spring and the autumn. Can't wait to play the
course again. Most enjoyable.
A nice course. I found it very similar to sandringham. Small
greens, target golf. Bunkers are ordinary and do penalize. Short
but tricky, fairways were average but middle of winter. Dont miss
Plated here last week at a Corporate Golf Day. What a fantastic
track! Excellent fairways, true fast Greens… TOP RATINGS !
Often called the hidden gem of the sandbelt, Woodlands offers up
a delightful test of golf for all ablility's and ages.
Execellent fairways and true rolling greens with speed!
A true par 72, many of the holes are routed in differing
directions so no matter which way the wind blows you have to be
careful with your club selection. Featuring some magnificent par
4's that really make you think about where to hit your tee
shot, or if your laying up where to leave your 2nd...The course
on the times I have been lucky enough to play it, has always been
in superb condition, in fact it is probably the best kept course
year round of all the sandbelt courses, including those which are
rated higher in the magazine polls.
If you get the opportunity to have a game here, you will have a
day to remember
I get to play this course occasionally (thanx A!) and it's a
fine course even in drought conditions thanks to bore water. All
year round the fairway grass is like fine carpet (if you find the
fairway). The rough can be real rough (esp the 1st par 3 hole).
The first two holes are boomers - particularly the second. Plenty
of driver length required. The fourth hole is the par 3 I
mentioned...a duffed tee shot here is gone forever - and the
green is like a pool table sloping from back to front. When I say
pool table...it's about 4 feet higher than the surrounding
grass and the only sure way to land the ball safely on it is from
After that you just get into a kind of buzz walking around the
course, and it's really disappointing when you finally finish
on the 18th and it's all over.
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