Pines at Woodmont Country Club
The Pines is one of two championship golf courses at Woodmont Country Club in Tamarac. It and the Cypress Course share a gently rolling landscape that is sprinkled with mature trees, which frame the views from the elevated tees. While they share the same terrain, the courses offer very different challenges. The lengthier Cypress requires both distance and accuracy while the Pines Course will get you thinking. It is a shot maker's course that will test a variety of skills. Course management is key as is a well thought out strategy for every hole. The layout features undulating greens and tree-lined fairways that also place a premium on accurate shot placement. In addition to the golf courses, Woodmont C.C. also has a driving range and two putting greens for golfers to use.
|Gold/Blue M: 73.6/138||570||400||387||227||404||406||223||553||354||3524||6913|
|Blue M: 70.8/132||551||382||365||200||376||386||203||516||343||3322||6711|
|White M: 69.1/125||527||368||341||186||355||365||188||497||326||3153||6286|
|Green M: 66.0/114 W: 70.5/126||427||297||296||166||269||312||159||441||311||2678||5294|
|Red W: 68.3/117||413||248||263||148||257||304||135||371||252||2391||4713|
Food & BeverageBar
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Meeting Facilities, Banquet Facilities, Jacuzzi
Available ActivitiesSwimming, Billiards
Available SportsFitness, Tennis
Love the service, they drive the cart by your car as they see you park your vehicle. Friendly staffs and service.
Greens were fast and well maintain. This course will punish you if you're not able to hit strategic placement shots and avoid trouble lies due to the variances in the terrain .
Very nice track, great greens, pretty quick too
First time playing here and John one of the attendants drove to my car and left me the cart to load up on, what a nice, thoughtful start. Then they let me tee off 45 minutes early (as they have no range) and I played with two good players that knew the course. Had a great day, course is in excellent condition, enjoyed the greens, shot 79 and finished with the same ball I started with. Beer on the cart was ice cold, had one towards the end of the round. That was a good day !
A tale of 2 nines.
Played front 9 @ Cypress & then had to play the 9 hole Pines. Regarding the Pines, Not easy on the eyes & very tricky off the tee. No GPS was available so play was sort of blind & guess work yardages. Greens were good but seems more grainy. Aesthetically not pleasing & somewhat of a drive between holes. Hopefully it will be tidied up in due course & it’s affecting the rating of the course conditions. Cypress 18 is one star better.
Just tooooo slow
While I can really say this could be a 4 -5 star course, the day we played it took nearly 3 :15 minutes to play the back nine. Starting out, the first 5 holes were great then on six green we hit a six some on the green and it went all downhill from there. The sixsome then split to become two fivessones ahead of us and were really really slow. . I callled the clubhouse to inform them of the sixsome but never did see a ranger confront the group. . Again, I relay liked the course and conditions but day was ruined by slow play. . I would go back and hope for better results if in the area.