The Woodlands Country Club was founded in 1968 when its developer, Ken Behring, purchased more than 5,000 acres and built a community of homes surrounded by fairways, beautiful wooded areas, and winding streams.
World famous golf course architect Robert Von Hagge and PGA Tour player Bruce Devlin designed the 36 hole championship layout, which was constructed by Leo Neal who promised two of the best conditioned golf courses in the country, citing that this was the 'finest soil he had ever worked with in Florida'.
Members and guests enjoy the clubhouse complex which provides recreation for the entire family, including tournament tennis on four clay courts and a swimming pool. The clubhouse boasts a contemporary tri-level design overlooking a two-acre lake with outdoor patios and lounge decks. There is also a formal dining room, large enough to host dances and events.
The Club also features a cocktail lounge, conference rooms, men’s and women’s card rooms with bar service. The golf shop overlooks the large driving range as well as a practice range for chipping and sand shots.