Northwoods Golf Club

201 Powell RD

Columbia, SC 29203

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Phone: (803) 786-9242

City: Columbia

Region: Midlands

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Northwoods Golf Club

One of the course's outstanding features are its consistent greens. The course's signature hole is #14, a 313-yard, par 4, featuring the famous Pete Dye railroad ties bordering a lake which is alongside a well-bunkered green. The hole has many mounds that can cause uneven lies. Northwoods offers full-service bar and grill, full pro shop services, group and individual lessons and lighted driving range and putting green.

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