|Breathe In the Natural Beauty All Around You|
The 448-yard 17th Hole
This 168-acre course winds its way among tall pines and ancient oaks, and along streams and ponds, making it a delight for the eye as well as the soul. Whether you play as a two-some or four-some, you and your mates can experience the camaraderie, serenity, and challenge offered by this par-72 course. Lake Wildwood offers unlimited play packages to both members and non-members.
|Meet the Pros|
PGA-Certified Professionals Jim Knight and Carlis Gilbert
Lake Wildwood is unique in having two full-time golf pros. Committed to our golfers, Jim and Carlis conduct regular adult group clinics as well as individual instruction and junior golf clinics and camps. Available seven days a week, this dedicated duo also manages the many golf tournaments and fundraisers each year for members and non-members alike. If you have questions, they’ll always make time to answer them.
|Practice. Play. Relax. It’s All Right Here|
Welcome to The Oaks Clubhouse
The golf facilities at Lake Wildwood are extensive and well-maintained, including our large driving range, ample pitching and chipping area, and manicured practice putting greens.
After an energetic game or tournament, come and enjoy the conversation, laughter, music and excellent dining at The Oaks, our Rustic-Modern clubhouse. Enjoy the sunset and a favorite beverage in one of our Adirondack chairs, lining the putting green. Check out the extensive liquor selection in our friendly bar. Or relax with friends over a tasty meal on our large covered patio. Good times, Good friends. Great memories.
|Clubs, Tourneys, and Camaraderie|
At Lake Wildwood, we think of golf as great exercise for the body, mind, spirit—and friendships. Our Women’s and Men’s 9-Hole and 18-Hole Clubs are active and our slate of tournaments keeps growing. We’re proud to host a number of events sponsored by the Northern California Golf Association. Many of these tournaments are also fundraisers for important causes like the Injured Veterans Tournament and Swing for the Cure, which often attract 100 or more players and raise thousands of dollars.
There’s never a dull moment on our Lake Wildwood Golf Course. It’s fun, well-organized and competitive. Just the way it should be.
Come see how fun golf can really be!