World Woods Golf Club

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World Woods Golf Club is a golf destination facility located in Brooksville, Florida in the United States.[1] World Woods Golf Club comprises two Tom Fazio designed championship courses that opened for play in 1991. The two golf courses, the Pine Barrens and the Rolling Oaks, are distinctively different from each other. The Pine Barrens is unique to its name and features rolling terrain with wide open fairways surrounded by vast sand waste bunkers. Pine Barrens is reminiscent of Pine Valley Golf Club located in New Jersey. Located adjacent to the Pine Barrens course lies the Rolling Oaks course. The Rolling Oaks course is dotted with mature Live Oak trees and a more traditional layout. Some[who?] have compared the Rolling Oaks to Augusta National Golf Club since many of the design elements can be found at both facilities.

World Woods Golf Club

World Woods also sports a 22 acre, four sided driving range, a 2.2 acre putting course, a nine hole "short" executive course and a three hole practice course. World Woods is a true golf course, with a minimalist clubhouse and snack bar with no on-site accommodations.

World Woods is owned by Interfive Florida Corporation based in Nagoya, Japan. Interfive also owns two neighboring courses, Southern Woods Golf Club and Sugarmill Woods Golf Club, both located in Homosassa, Florida.

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