Members and their guests
Sherwood Country Club is a private golf, tennis and country club set at the base of the majestic Santa Monica Mountains in Thousand Oaks, California. The Club is home to a championship 18-hole Jack Nicklaus signature golf course, driving range and golf clubhouse. The course at Sherwood Country Club opened for play in 1989. Sherwood Country Club became in 2000 the host of the off-season tournament hosted by Tiger Woods: The Chevron World Challenge. Tiger posts four wins and came second four other times. The land at Sherwood Country Club is perfect for golf with dramatic changes in elevation that "Golden Bear" used imaginatively. The back nine is played from the clubhouse to Lake Sherwood, which is by the way the oldest human-made lake in California. Adjacent to the golf club is the tennis clubhouse, complete with 14 courts, a sparkling pool, fitness facility and full-service spa.