Woods at Kingsmill Golf Club & Resort
|Red (W)||72||5148 yards||70.6||124|
|Gold M: 72.2/133||385||387||457||316||525||188||278||145||572||3253||400||412||184||478||430||384||514||151||453||3406||6659|
|Blue M: 70.4/130||352||363||436||295||499||176||270||133||547||3071||370||390||162||465||407||366||480||142||423||3205||6276|
|White M: 68.4/126 W: 74.1/133||342||340||405||276||456||164||251||128||522||2884||325||335||138||452||370||349||457||105||383||2914||5798|
|Red M: 65.4/117 W: 70.6/124||314||304||335||254||431||147||196||127||479||2587||284||308||102||408||333||316||389||81||340||2561||5148|
Members Only...But If You Get A Chance to Play It, Do So
This is a members only course, but sometimes The Woods is put into rotation for resort guests when either The Plantation or The River (LPGA plays) is closed. We were fortunate, because this was the case. The course is a no-housing development course and plays really long. I have played it a bunch (prior to it becoming members only) and it's one of my favorites. Always in excellent condition, this time was no exception. Tee boxes, fairways, bunkers, and greens all excellent. The rough was thick and very penal. The front is definitely flatter than the back nine, which has a lot of elevation changes. It's a good challenge. If you get a chance to play it while staying at the resort, take advantage of it. It doesn't happen often.