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PGA Tour - The Sherwood Country Club Course
Home of the 2005 Target World Challenge
Address: 320 W Strafford Rd Thousand Oaks, CA 91361 Opened: 1989
Course Par: 72
Male Yardage: 7025
Course Designer: Jack Nicklaus
The par-72 Sherwood Country Club is 7,025 yards from the championship tees. This is a very private and exclusive club. Locals say that the course is one of the most beautiful in Southern California. There are numerous 600-year-old oak trees on the course, and water hazards come into play on several holes. The locals favorite hole is #13, requiring shots over a series of waterfalls. Hole #15, a 186-yard, par 3, requires a tee shot that also must carry a waterfall to the green. The finishing hole is a beautiful par 4, which features a stream and waterfall protecting the front of the green and an excellent view of the clubhouse. This course is the site of the PGA Tour's, Tiger Woods Foundation World Challenge. "GOLFWEEK" selected this course 80th best out of "America's 100 Best Modern Courses" for 1997.
Previous winners include, 2004 Tiger Woods, 2003 Davis Love III, 2002 Padraig Harrington, 2001 Tiger Woods, 2000 Davis Love III and more.
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