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Wolfe Woods is an 18 hole par 3 course located within the Warwick/Brakewell Steel course. If you look to the left of the short basket on hole 15 at the Warwick Animal course you’ll find hole 1 of another 18 course! The Wolfe Woods course, although in the shadow of the World Class Animal course at Warwick, is often favored by locals during the late fall, winter and early spring seasons. The course got it’s name ‘Wolfe’ not as a reference to the animal (which coincidently fits nicely with the ‘Animal’ theme at Warwick), but in honor of Scott Wolfe, who tragically passed away all too young, and was instrumental in the creation of the Animal course and getting casual players involved. Scott had always envisioned a fun course in the rough wilds surrounding the backside of the Town Park property encompassing Wheeler Creek, and this course lives up to that vision!
Whenever you play Wolfe Woods, you can expect to have fun! The meandering creek comes into play on 9 of 18 of the short holes, and is both recreational friendly in terms of distance and challenging through moderate elevation changes and nicely carved but wooded fairways. You’ll be able to get an ace even if you do not have a big arm, and a lot of OB’s in the creek when it’s running if you are not accurate! Most holes have long tees, and offer up a nice challenge to the more experienced player. Due to the wild nature of the terrain, it is largely unplayable during the late spring and summer months for the time being. The course is a work in progress and will be for some time to come, but since it is in an isolated area of the Park it is also a very nice nature hike and is a must play when visiting Warwick! And most of all have fun!! Print out the course map from the left navigator.