Improvements have Woods Valley Golf Club in Valley Center rolling again
VALLEY CENTER, Calif. -- Woods Valley Golf Club weaves across the gently rolling countryside of Valley Center.
The course opened in 2004 but was bought in 2013 by the San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians. The course had fallen on hard times over the years and being just four miles from the San Pasqual Reservation and the tribe's Valley Casino, the new owners decided to make an investment and breathe new life into Woods Valley. Improvements were made throughout, making it a more enjoyable golfing experience.
The layout flows across the natural contours of the landscape. With front and back nines that are quite different, it's like getting to play two courses in one. Don't get too comfortable on the player-friendly front nine or you'll be in for a shock on the back. There are tree-lined fairways and undulating greens throughout but the landing areas on the front nine are a bit more forgiving and the elevation changes get more dramatic as you move along the course. You'll also run into more water on the back nine.
In addition to the course, there is a driving range and practice putting greens available at Woods Valley Golf Club.
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