World Woods Golf Club - Pine Barrens Course
Awesome Golf Course
Played Pine Barrens which was in excellent condition with some of the best greens in the county!! I play here regularly and never seem to be disappointed with the conditions or the staff and the way the course is run. Great place to play golf!!!!
April 8, 2014
Whenever I play at this course I can enjoy beautiful scene. If you want to shoot low score, I would like to recommend the Rolling Oaks course. If you want to challenge some difficult course, The Pine Barrens definitely harmonize with you.
April 7, 2014
Great Golf Course, you gotta' play it!
Always a great experience and great golf. 18 memorable holes, that need to be on your bucket list.
April 6, 2014
a must play
Extremely well managed. Frienly staff. Challenging course for avg. Golfers to advanced.
March 27, 2014
Fun, unique & challenging
This is one of my favorite courses and very unique, especially to Florida. Elevation changes and massive bunkers/waste areas. Apparently whoever cut the hole locations that day woke up on the wrong side of the bed as they were all tucked and on the side of a hill. Luckily greens were slow enough that they were playable, and after spending all winter in upstate NY I didn't care anyway. got a great deal on Golfnow as a last minute single. Last time my group was there paid $165 to play both courses, and they charge for range balls. At those rates, range balls should be included. Rolling Oaks is also very nice, but I prefer Pine Barrens. Will be back
March 25, 2014
Would play again
Course was in great shape. Only problem was that even starting at 530 pm, I still had to contend with others on the course. I had a few groups that didn't want to let me play through even though I was a single, and also ran into groups that were walking. I think I'll play this course again if the rates drop somewhat and the snowbirds head back up north
March 25, 2014
Nice course and location but not 5 star
We stayed at Innisbrook Resort and played the Island Course the day we arrived and then Pine Barrens 2 days later. I picked Pine Barrens because it's rated the only 5 star public course in Florida. It's definitely in the middle of the woods with no houses or any buildings within site other than the rest rooms on the course. There were a number of those centrally located so that was a nice feature. I thought the course was nice and a good layout but it didn't seem like a 5 star course to me. The people who worked there were all very nice but I think most golfers are locals. We played 18 in 4 hours exactly but the guys behind us were impatient even though we were right up against the group in front of us. On the 16th hole, a par 3, we had one ball in the middle of the green but it's a bit of a blind tee shot. They either didn't see the ball on the green or just figured they'd try to hurry us up and hit into us striking one player on a bounce. We had some choice words for them when they came up and that negatively affected this rating. My friend said something to the people in the pro shop after the round and they were very courteous. They said if it ever happens again just to call the pro shop and they'd send a ranger out because they want everyone to enjoy the round. The staff couldn't have been better but it seemed like there's a usual crew that plays there every week and we felt like outsiders. I would have preferred to play another round at Innisbrook and saved myself the hour ride and aggravation.
March 24, 2014
Course was in great shape and a lot of fun to play. I only had oneday in the tampa area and I got really lucky selecting this course. Not being from the area this was a great choice. If ever back in the area I will definitely make time to play here again,
March 23, 2014