Located at 161st and Towne Road in Westfield, Wood Wind has evolved in numerous ways over the years but it's their academy that has really taken off in recent years. The Academy is run by three of the more accomplished teaching pros around the state and offers instruction, club fitting, repair, junior golf, and corporate and ladies clinics.
With so many tremendous golf courses in Hamilton County, today's golf industry means for a course to thrive than niche has to be created. That is exactly what Wood Wind has done. Their teaching portion of the golf course is one of the tops in central Indiana and it begins with Wood Wind Manager Doc O'Neal assembling three of the finest instructors.
• Jon Hoover-The 2011 Teacher of the Year by the PGA Section of Indiana, Hoover instructs numerous college golfers and has a specialty in club fitting with many different club companies.
• Brad Fellers-Fellers is one of the more accomplished teaching pros around the state of Indiana and has plenty of experience with the SAM PuttLab putter training system.
• Mark Mathews-With over 30 years of experience in the golf industry, Mathews is the expert club fitter of the trio. Mathews works with people of all skill levels in helping them find the correct fitting equipment for their game.
Outside of the teaching academy, Wood Wind is a public golf course but also offers memberships and a multitude of leagues for people of all ages.
Looking for a place to practice and improve? Then head over to the academy, full-length range and chipping area.
Feel like you are ready for the real course? Then cross 161st street to Wood Wind's 18-hole championship golf course. Affordable and well-kept public courses in Hamilton County can be difficult to come by but Wood Wind Golf Course offers just that and a plethora of other amenities to keep golfers coming back.