Golf at Northridge Country Club
Established in 1962, Northridge Country Club has become a get-a-way for area residents. Although young by golf course standards, Northridge is rich in tradition and history. Northridge made its way into the national spotlight when Bill Rogers, a long time Northridge member, not only won the 1981 British Open but also the PGA Player of the Year honors. Just recently Northridge hosted a match between Bill Rogers, and 13 time PGA winner, Bruce Lietzke to commemorate the latest course renovations.
The 18 Hole Championship Course has its own unique character as it winds through a series of elevation changes before leveling out into a more traditional layout. The Par 3 twelfth is considered by many to be the signature hole at Northridge. At 180 yards, this challenging par three features a double level green that is guarded by a spring fed lake and back dropped with the stately clubhouse. In the fall, this hole as well as the remainder of the golf course boasts one of the more beautiful displays of fall foliage in the area. It has been said that, “Northridge is simply a course that is experienced, not just played”.
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