Both courses – Pine Barrens and Rolling Oaks – are among the few given Florida’s top rating in Golf Digest’s “Best Places to Play.
Pine Barrens is a tight, intimidating layout named for its abundant pine trees and barren waste areas. The Signature Course at World Woods, Pine Barrens has the terrain, style and feel of Pine Valley, the consensus #1 course in the world. Pine Barrens is consistently rated among the top 100 golf courses in many major U.S. golf publications. Traditional in style, Rolling Oaks is fashioned after the likeness of Augusta National. Gentle, rolling hills lined with live oaks, dogwoods and magnolias complement the large greens, which feature multiple tiers and cavernous bunkers. Rolling Oaks is also rating among the top 100 golf courses in the U.S. by several national golf publications. Both courses are among the few given Florida’s top rating in Golf Digest’s “Best Places to Play” … 5 Stars.
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Rolling Oaks Course
Pine Barrens Course
Pine Barrens: 18 holes, Par 71
Rolling Oaks: 18 holes, Par 72
Architect: Tom Fazio
General Manager: Scott Wyckoff, PGA
Director of Golf Operations: Roger Kirby
Superintendent: David Court, GCSAA