The North is the longer and tougher of the two 18-hole courses that were laid out at Woodmont Country Club in the 1950s. Both Bob Cupp and Arthur Hills have since renovated the layout.
In August 2020 Woodmont Country Club's North course staged the 120th U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship when Rose Zhang needed 38 holes to beat defending champion Gabriela Ruffels in the second-longest match in championship history.
I really enjoyed Woodmont North. The members we played with were exceptionally nice and the practice areas were about as top notch as you can get.
What I really liked about the golf course is how right in front of you it is. It isn't boring at all but a good score is out there if you plot your way around correctly. The member accompanying us was (jokingly) sad to say that Shigeki Maruyama shot 58 in a US Open Sectional Qualifier there. I remarked, "why are members so concerned with protecting par from big time pros?" The course is a fun place to play and a good challenge. For a mid handicapper, you can get out of position really easily and the bunkers are true hazards. The sand is heavy and a ton of bunker faces are 7-8 feet high.
Holes I really enjoyed were:
#2: Postcard looking par 3 and attacking a front flag brings the front left bunkers into play and...well, don't go there.
#3: Well plotted out Par 5 that allows you to use the contours of the land to feed a ball in from the right to a green that you really don't want to be left of.
#10 - Good and potentially reachable Par 5 where the fairway bunkers are placed exceptionally well and will change your thoughts on layup angles
#14 - Par 4 that tells you to hit it up the left but right is a significantly better angle to the green
#16 - Pretty uphill Par 3 where you really have to use the green contours to get it close.