Players Sheet
Woodmont Golf Club
by SeattleGolfer.com

Hole #1
Par 5/521 yards
This hole slopes left to right; therefore, make sure to keep your tee shot left. Otherwise, you will be looking for your ball a sea of range balls. From the fairway it is a 3 wood and short iron home. Be careful to avoid the bunkers on the right side of the green.
Hole #2
Par 3/195 yards
A long par 3 with a "marsh" hazard in front and bunkers around the green. If your tee shot is placed on the green you should have at least a par.
Hole #3
Par 4/407 yards
Getting on the green in 2 is easy on this hole, if you keep your tee shot left and avoid the fairway bunker(which I didn't do). Once you are on the green, you will be challenged to sink the put in 2 strokes.
Hole #4
Par 4/456 yards
Pull out your driver on this long par 4. There is a water hazard on the right side of the fairway that you need to avoid on your approach shot to the green. Though the green is challenging, you should be able to get your putt down in two if the pin is placed at the center of the green.
Hole #5
Par 4/418 yards
What a beautiful hole!! Your tee shot is over water and uphill making this par 4 a challenge; however, the real challenge is once you are on the green. Say a prayer so you won't 3 or 4 putt.
Hole #6
Par 3/141 yards
A short par 3 that you should be able to birdie or par, depending on your skill level. Of course, a misplaced tee shot and you may leave with a six.
Hole #7
Par 4/399 yards
Driver and seven iron will place you on the green. Follow this with a good putt and you may get a birdie.
Hole #8
Par 4/470 yards
The number one handicap. Why? It is a 470 yard par 4 dog leg right. Make sure your tee shot lands in the fairway or you could be recording a seven. After landing on the green you may think the designer would give you a break. Think again!! One putt, two putt, three put, four. I won't tell you what I recorded on this hole.
Hole #9
Par 5/543 yards
Still recovering from #8, I thought R. Jones would give the golfer a break. He did by making #9 a 543 uphill par 5, with several fairway bunkers, and a series of sand traps around the green. If the flag is near the front of the green, you should be able to two putt; otherwise, well good luck.
Players Sheet
Woodmont Golf Club
by SeattleGolfer.com

Hole #10
Par 5/535 yards
A downhill par 5. Pull out the driver, unless you can hit the ball 335 yards(distance to the creek). From in front of the creek it is a long iron or 3 wood to the green. Make sure to avoid the bunkers the right side of the green with your approach shot. On the green sink the putt in two.
Hole #11
Par 3/117 yards
The easiest hole on the course and one of the most scenic. You are hitting off an elevated tee to a green that is approximately 30 feet below and 117 yards across water. Make sure to hit the ball on the back side of the green or your ball could roll into the water!! On the green make that birdie.
Hole #12
Par 4/389 yards
Keep your tee shot left on this 389 par 4 because of the lake. If you land in the fairway bunker with a 239 yard tee shot, you can count on a bogie. My suggestion is to use a 3 wood off the tee. A nine iron will place you on the green. Hopefully, the flag is placed where you have a chance at a birdie.
Hole #13
Par 3/186 yards
A long par 3 that you should be able to birdie. Restrooms are at the tee box.
Hole #14
Par 4/403 yards
I love this hole. Pull out your driver and hit a good tee shot and you have a six iron to the green. The fairway slopes left to right; therefore, you must keep your tee shot left or you will end up in a creek. On the approach to the green make sure you have enough length to clear the creek. Don't chicken out on your approach. Go for the green. This green offers many challenges.
Hole #15
Par 3/202 yards
A long-long par 3. A 3 iron should place you dead center in the green. Hopefully, you tee shot is close enough to give you a birdie.
Hole #16
Par 5/573 yards
Robert Jones create a great hole when he designed #16. Each of the three shot to reach the green are across a creek that meanders around the fairway. If you want your approach shot to be less than 100 yards try to shot over the trees on your second shot. It will leave approximately 80 yards to the green; however, once on the green your challenge has just begun.
Hole #17
Par 4/370 yards
Beautiful par 4 with water in play on ever shot. Make it to the green in 2 and you have a chance at birdie.
Hole #18
Par 5/505 yards
Staying out of fairway bunkers is the primary challenge on this hole. If you are able to avoid the fairway bunkers, make sure you approach shot is long enough to clear the green sand traps. Concentrate on the green and you could make a birdie.