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440 Albright Rd
Kutztown, PA  19530-8700
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Woodbridge Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

70 par | 6,200 yards

Woodbridge Golf Course

The 18-hole "Woodbridge" course at the Woodbridge Golf Course facility in Kutztown, Pennsylvania features 6,200 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70. Designed by Emido "MeMe" Fillippini, the Woodbridge golf course opened in 2008. Marlowe Graff manages the course as the General Manager.


Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed December 05, 2013

I played the course for the first time this summer. The overall condition of the course was good, however, some of the greens has bad spots. The course is short but challenging. There are some blind shots and elevation changes. I would pay the course again. The price was great and the pro was very friendly.

Reviewed August 19, 2011

The vistas from many of the elevated holes are breath taking and amoung the finest in the valley. From there, everything is downhill,literally and figuratively. This place may as well paint green onto the shale since the crab grass and pebbles are far worse than anything I have ever seen. With the recent rains, the course was as soft as it could be and that made it just a solid rock. The greens were big and did provide a challenge, however they did not roll well and looked like a hair weave. While they only charged us $29 I would say they overcharged us by 28.50. I would gladly pay them triple this amount if I could have the 4 hours of my life back. If you are just looking to kill time and taking people out that have never played the game and want some place to hack it around, this may be the place for you. If you are a golfer, stay far, far, far away.

Reviewed July 20, 2009

July 20, 2009

This course is one of the toughest short courses I have ever played. It is in very good condition and the greens are extremely big and rolling, to say the least. Greens are excellent condition. I would highly recommend it to any golfter who would like a challenge. Plenty of very well groomed traps protecting the greens.

Reviewed July 14, 2008

Played here on 7/11 and it only cost $27. Its true that this is a new course and you have to accept the conditions that go with that. The pro is extremely friendly as is all of the other staff we encountered. The course is rocky and bare in alot of rough areas. Greens were killer. They need more trees to be planted and those present to grow in to protect tee and greens from errant shots. Some tees were in direct alignment with shots from previous hole. A few blind shots but not as bad as Morgan Hill in easton area. Give this course time to mature and I'm sure it'll be a must play

Reviewed July 07, 2008

I played this course this past weekend (7/6/08) and won't be coming back for at least 1 or 2 years. A shame too since I am 5 minutes away. The fairways on a lot of holes are still way to immature for play. Pebbles can be found all over the fairways as it seems they tried to grow grass on top of them. Take a divot, see rocks! The greens are tough! I really enjoyed trying to putt on them. It's not everyday in the valley that we get to actually aim 15 feet left or right for a putt to break!! Sadly, on this day, they placed all of the cups in places where you would still end up rolling the ball right off the green. I would take 5 attempts to keep the ball on the green. The yardage book they sell is worthless. It would help if it had the contours of the green in it. I played it from the tips, which at 6200 doesn't seem long. 2nd hole, you have to carry almost 300 yards to reach the fairway for a 612 par 5. 6th hole, 250 yard par 3, slight down hill over water. I had to hit an easy driver. You think they could have at least made this one a nice level green. 10th hole, 210 par 3 over water (from the whites its 128).

Overall complaint of my playing partner. Why couldn't they have made the a tee box between the whites and blues. 6200 for the blues, 5500 for the whites. They really need a 5800 tee box. Chop 80 yards off 2 and move 6 and 10 up and then it would suit the mid-handicapper a little better. This course is playing with lots of wind. Maybe if it were at my back, 612 and 250 wouldn't bother me.

Paid $30 on a Sunday morning (special). Wouldn't pay the $60 it's supposed to be!

Reviewed June 18, 2008

Frustrating and tough. It is a very young course (opened in April of 08) and will take time to grow in - by August 08 and the 09 season it should be good. My problems with the course stem from how difficult these greens are, and how often you are punished by fairway lies or even nice shots into the green. Unless you nail it within 6 feet expect to 3 putt. Don't be surprised to watch a putt or nice chip roll all the way off the green and down a steep slope. Expect many uneven lies from the fairway (but not as bad as Morgan Hill). The first 2 holes start off fine, after that it gets more difficult. If you are a good player and seeking a challenge, this should be good for you. But if you are a mid to high handicapper looking for a more enjoyable round, look elsewhere. 17 is a VERY tough hole. I'm not sure what the thinking was here - obviously the course is built for a more skilled player, but how many are there really in this area? On the positive side hardly anyone is playing here right now so you can get right on. I played 18 in under 3 hours. The course is also very affordable, even cheaper than the area munis. Great view from atop the hill. Course maintenance and customer service are good. Clubhouse is under construction.

Reviewed June 01, 2008

This is a really interesting and challenging new golf course.

Designed and built by a local golf legend, the course is quirky, personal and unique.

It's true that the greens are shaped and quick, though they are generally not cut as quick as they were in the first few weeks.

I found them fair, but tough. It might take a few rounds to gain the local knowledge required to understand where you want to be putting from.

And when you miss, like we all do, take it in stride, and do better on the next hole.

Some will criticize this course because it's not easy compared to the local public courses. There are lots of easy courses around. Tougher courses are harder to find.

With the recent public opening of Reading Country Club and Berkleigh Country Club, Berks County now has a number of top public courses.

Take a few rounds to learn the course, and don't listen to the naysayers. You can play world class greens without having pony up 10 grand for a membership.

I can't wait to see this course mature in coming years.


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Angela H. N/A 48 48 07/26/08
2 dave C. 17 87 70 05/30/08
3 Walter F. 19 89 70 05/04/13
4 douglas F. 15 87 72 06/18/13
5 Jeremy M. 14 86 72 11/13/10
See All
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
4 douglas F. 15 93 78 06/20/13
4 douglas F. 15 87 72 06/18/13
3 Walter F. 19 89 70 05/04/13

Golf Course Information

About Woodbridge

Woodbridge Golf Course

Golf Only facility

20 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Marlowe Graff, General Manager
Thor Shaffer, Golf Professional
Nicholas Curry, Superintendent
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