WHCC opened at the height of the "golden age" of golf course architecture in 1925 and was designed by renowned architect William "Billy" Bell, Sr. We are proud to have hosted qualifying rounds for the USGA sanctioned Junior, Mid-Amateur and Senior Amateur tournaments on our extremely challenging golf course.
IN THE TREES ALONG THE FAIRWAYS AT WOODLAND HILLS COUNTRY CLUB there must live a golfer's phoenix. It has emerged from two fires, placing its immortal wing around the players who have discovered this gem of a course. Memberships in the tend to go back two and three generations. What is it about the Valley's second-oldest golf course hidden in the hills off Dumetz and Canoga avenues that golf aficionados can't seem to get enough of? "Its rich history, the challenging course, a magnificent view, five-star service" answers Betty Ann Bowler, the current club historian and a 40-year member, "and the people," she concludes. "It's the people who make this club." The one who actually did make it was the Victor Girard.