In 1910, future United States Open Champion Francis Ouimet was a young high school golfer determined to play in the U.S. Amateur. In Francis’ own words:
"To compete in the national amateur championship I had to belong to a recognized golf club…I put in an application for junior membership in the Woodland Golf Club… I was elected to membership in Woodland, paid my dues, then got busy to find myself a job."
In the 1920’s additional land was purchased and famed golf course architect Donald Ross was commissioned to redesign the existing layout. In the early 1960’s, Woodland retained noted golf course architect Geoffrey Cornish for the great redesign of the golf course. In recent years, there have been major renovations of both the clubhouse and golf course. We continue to respect our Club’s 120 years of history.View Our Guest Policies