Moderately Hilly & Moderately WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
18 / 9Holes / Baskets:
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Description: Situated just 35 minutes from Auckland. It is set up in the grounds of the Woodhill Mountain Bike Park and as the name suggests, sits in a huge clearing in the pine trees of Woodhill Forest. Onsite there is disc hire, maps, scorecards, coffee and a mountain bike park.
WFDGC has three easy to follow and well marked out course options, all with Baskets.
1. The Green Course is a short putting course with 18 marks to putt from around 4 different baskets.
2. The Blue Course is perfect if you have a group outing, for players wanting to "sneak in a quick 18" and is perfect length to work on your mid range game. There is 18 marked and easy to follow holes ranging from 65m-95m
3. The Red Course is a fully marked 18 hole course. Purpose built Tee Boxes on each hole and several lovely holes played down into the small crater like clearing allow your discs to open up nicely. Add in some trees and some OB fencing and the course is ready for all seasoned players. There is a basket at the end of every hole however several of the 12 baskets are used more than once. Holes range from 65m-130m.
4. The black course is a national level 18 with a tight wooded front 9 and an open back 9. holes range from 80-180m
All courses are marked well with instructions at each hole and signs pointing players to the next tee with signs near each basket. At certain times of the year, there can be long grass in places, make sure you watch and pinpoint where your disc lands - you can save yourself a lot of searching.
The unique sand base means even after the heaviest of downpours the course remains dry under foot. The park is open from 7am-6pm during the Winter months and 7am-8pm during the summer.
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