Nacogdoches Texas Golf Courses

Piney Woods Country Club
Woodland Hills Golf Course


Featured Golf Course Review:
Piney Woods Country Club -- Hidden Gem
Review by: San Antonio Golfer I grew up playing this course and have since played courses all over the world. I still come back to play it every April. The course is short by todays standards but not easy. Every fairway is tree lined and accuracy off the tee is paramount. The greens are very small so you have to be hitting your irons precisely or you'll be chipping quite a bit. The greens are historically very fast and some could be described as unfair, like #7 and #17. However, that just makes it more fun if you are above the hole. If you love the smell of pine trees and forest, and love playing golf, you need to check this hidden gem out.
From San Antonio, Texas

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Woodland Hills Golf Course -- WH
Review by: MS Its always been fairly low budget, but in 2005 its looking better than it has ever looked thanks to several years of new management finally paying off. I recently played the course after 15 years and was amazed at the improvements made and the money it took to make these changes possible. This course now gives off more the feel of a country club than a public course. The clubhouse attitude and professionalism has greatly increased. I was pleasantly surprised by the change. I would have no problem taking a business client to play this course in it's current condition, which is something I would have never said about the course 15 years ago.
From Texas

Piney Woods Country Club -- Hidden Gem
Review by: San Antonio Golfer I grew up playing this course and have since played courses all over the world. I still come back to play it every April. The course is short by todays standards but not easy. Every fairway is tree lined and accuracy off the tee is paramount. The greens are very small so you have to be hitting your irons precisely or you'll be chipping quite a bit. The greens are historically very fast and some could be described as unfair, like #7 and #17. However, that just makes it more fun if you are above the hole. If you love the smell of pine trees and forest, and love playing golf, you need to check this hidden gem out.
From San Antonio, Texas




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