Lumberjack National Golf Course
This hilly course first opened in 1926, and locals say it has “the best greens in the state” which vary in undulation with speeds determined by the seasonal weather conditions. Most of the fairways on this 18-hole championship course are tree-lined, and all are bordered by a standard cut of rough. The course features 6,187 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 69.5, and it has a slope rating of 125. The Lumberjack National campus also includes a pro shop, locker rooms, swimming pool, bar, restaurant and event facilities which can host up to 200 people.
Woodland Hills Golf Club
Designed by Don January, the Woodland Hills golf course opened in 1971. January used the natural rolling hills and tree-lined fairways to create a challenging layout for both the seasoned and the recreational golfer. The 18-hole championship course features 6,620 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 72.6, and it has a slope rating of 133. The pro-shop is fully stocked, and the driving range is a great place to warm up before hitting the course.