On Sherwood’s 18-hole, par 3 course, balls can land in wildflower beds, native plant areas, or plop right into the Little River. Fun and challenging for all ages and skill levels, the course is open to the public year round. On this course you may find llamas carrying golf bags, and bluebirds nesting in boxes along the fairways.
The Golf Course’s fairways are located along the banks of the scenic Little River. Native plants and wildflower beds make this course a delight in every season. Birds nest in the growth along the river, and boxes along the course attract bluebirds. Men’s and women’s leagues play weekly.
Golf carts are available, of course, but llamas are also sometimes an option for hauling bags and clubs. Sherwood’s course hosts the annual “Llama Rama” tournament, to benefit a local charity.