Seaford Delaware Golf Courses

Seaford Golf & Country Club
Woodland Golf Park


Featured Golf Course Review:
Woodland Golf Park -- Fun Course at Low Cost
Review by: Keith Mondy I had a great time playing Woodland. It's well kept, and that's said after playing it in February. I'd love to see it in the spring and summer. It's an exec course, and it's well worth the drive out of town (about three miles, but just call the club and they'll direct you). Fourteen holes, with the longest at about 340 yards, with large greens that offer good variety in pin placement. Only $10 for the round made it a pleasant experience.
From Colorado Springs, CO

Golf Courses: Additional Golf Course Reviews:
De Laveaga Golf Course -- Great local public course
Review by: a local golfer--who's played all of USA Fun course--unlike Pasatiempo this is a public course--in the mountains, but some views of the ocean off certain holes. Course is hilly on the front nine--fairly flat on the back nine. Expensive compared to most courses, but cheap for the Santa Cruz/Monterey County area, which is probably the best area to play golf in the country (other courses here are Pebble Beach, Poppy Hills, The Links at Spanish Bay, Spyglass Hill, and Pasatiempo--all ranked in the top 100 in the country.) And the well known Half Moon Bay course is up the coast an hour or so.
From Santa Cruz, CA




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