Our championship 18-hole golf course is truly the crown jewel of The Woodlands Club. Designed by Jim and George Fazio and opened in 1988, we have hosted numerous state and regional championships for both men and women over the years. In the early years of the club's existence we hosted three Ben Hogan Tour events and one Nike Tour event, both of which are the equivalent of today's Korn Ferry Tour.
With eight different sets of tees to choose from, the course plays from 5,047 yards with a slope of 121 for ladies up to 6,848 yards with a slope of 145 from the back tees. Tees, fairways and greens are all bent grass. Recently, a state of the art irrigation system was completed and installed to provide the membership with the finest course conditions in the state.
The Woodlands Club offers the finest private club practice facility in the state. The 50,000 square foot rye/bent grass practice range offers over 275 yards of hitting length accompanied by target greens and short game options. It is the ultimate experience for someone who likes to practice and improve their game. To compliment the driving range, we also have a short game practice area with two full sized putting and chipping greens, a bunker, full length rough and a tightly mown fairway area. A third practice green is conveniently located near the first tee. All are maintained to the exact golf course standards for consistent conditions during play and practice.
Now, in the winter season, the club is proud to offer the membership the Indoor Golf Studio. With two fully equipped Trackman simulators during the winter, members can keep their game sharp through play, practice, and participating in one of our many league and weekly game offerings. Our golf studio is a world class experience you will surely enjoy all winter long.
Our talented staff of PGA Professionals are here to assist you in every aspect of your golfing experience. From instructional offerings, masterfully fit golf equipment, and a full service golf shop, our golf team is here to make your day at The Woodlands Club a memorable one.
Golf images by Dan Warner and Richard Sawyer Photography.