Sherwood Country Club
is a private, member owned golf and country club set at the base of the Santa Monica Mountains
in Thousand Oaks, California
. The Club is home to a championship 18-hole Jack Nicklaus
signature golf course, driving range and Georgian architecture
golf clubhouse. Adjacent to the golf club is the tennis
clubhouse, swimming pool, gymnasium, fitness facility and spa.
Sherwood CC is the host of The Chevron World Challenge. The Challenge is an offseason PGA recognized golf tournament hosted by Tiger Woods, which takes place each December. The Chevron will count towards the official world rankings starting in 2009.
Sherwood was the site of the first ever prime-time live golf match, which was played between Tiger Woods and David Duval.
Lake Sherwood, originally Potrero Lake, is the oldest man-made lake in California. It was built in 1904 and is approximately 165 acres. It was changed to Lake Sherwood when the surrounding areas, used for the filming of "Robin Hood" starring Douglas Fairbanks
, Sr., in 1921, became known as "Sherwood Forest" and "Maid Marian Park."
The golf course was formally opened on October 30, 1989. Centuries prior to the country club were the Chumash Indians.
Sherwood's membership is comprised of approximately 350 member-owners and is by invitation or member referral.
Greens: Bentgrass, Poa annua
The course record is held by Tiger Woods (62) and was shot in 2007 during the Target World Challenge.
Men's Course Rating / Slope,Yardage (Par):
Gold 74.7/143, 7052 ; Blue 72.7/137, 6558 ; White 70.9/131, 6119 ; Red 65.5/111, 5278 (72)
Women's Course Rating / Slope,Yardage (Par):
White 76.5/147, 6119 ; Red 73.3/137, 5475 ; Forward 71.1/132, 5248