2020 has a lot in store for Wood Wind Golf Club! Since the end of the 2019 season, a lot has changed with the course, and not just physically! We hope you are as excited as we are to continue to monitor the changes throughout the 2020 golf season. Please browse the tabs below for additional information about course updates, residential information, staff  updates, and our partnership with The Golf Channel Academy with Colby Huffman!

There are some exciting new changes coming to the course! We cannot wait til the construction is done for all of Westfield to be able to experience our new enhancements!

  • A new short game area with two large practice greens for putting, pitching, chipping, and two large bunkers to work on your bunker game! There are a variety of lengths available to practice all of your short game needs; from low mowed areas, rough length grass areas, and sand. (September 2019)
  • A new practice hitting area with state of the art technology and the premier teeline hitting mat in America.
  • The clubhouse interior has been freshly painted to update and refresh!
  • In addition to the new practice areas, two new golf holes have been created in the area North and East of the club house! The opening of these two new golf holes will be late Spring 2020.
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In addition to the physical updates to the course, we have also had new announcements to our staff. Elliot Elger – New PGA Head Golf Professional Gabrielle Behny – New Assistant Professional Chris Gentry – New Head Superintendent Click here for our contact information!

No two golfers are the same. No two swings are either. At Golf Channel Academy, this is one of our approaches to instruction. Our coaches work with students at every skill level and from every background, which means custom instruction is at the heart of what we do. Unique lesson plans and programs built for a variety of students are mainstays at every Golf Channel Academy location.

Whether you’re a high handicapper or a golfer who’s looking to take that next competitive step, our Golf Channel Academy locations are home to coaches who will work with you to build a plan around your needs and goals. From the lessons plans to the content of the lessons themselves, our coaches see customized instruction as the primary benefit of working one-on-one with students. The Golf Academy has a section on our website Click here to learn more about Colby and schedule a lesson!

Wood Wind will soon have a new residential community start construction. There will be two different sections developed. Northwind will be the first section of the community to start which will be on the North side of 161st Street. The neighborhood will have multiple options for builders and designs for you to choose from.

We will continue to update the Living at Wood Wind page with updates about the neighborhood and home builders!

Some of the surrounding neighborhoods will have a Social Membership included in their HOA fees. There will be the option to purchase this offering as well.
MORE INFORMATION COMING SOON.

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Check out our Spring 2020 Newsletter! Wood Wind 2020 Spring Newsletter

Wood Wind Spring 2020 Newsletter

Grayson Wittbrod of Cohoat & O’Neal Caddie Program Awarded Evans Scholarship

Carmel, IN (February 18, 2020) – After a final selection interview at Hillcrest Country Club in Indianapolis, IN, one Indianapolis-area student from the Cohoat & O’Neal Caddie Program has been awarded the Evans Scholarship. This scholarship provides full college housing and tuition to students who are caddies and is renewable for up to four years at either Indiana University in Bloomington, or Purdue University in West Lafayette. The Evans Scholarship is valued at an estimated $120,000 over four years. Overall, there were 13 students from across Indiana who were awarded scholarships at the January 30th final selection meeting.

Grayson Wittbrod has participated in the Cohoat and O’Neal Caddie Program since 2016. His character and work ethic made him an outstanding applicant and now recipients for the Evans Scholarship. Grayson attends Noblesville High School. He plans to attend Purdue University in the Fall.  

Started in 2014, the Cohoat and O’Neal Caddie Program has a total of 11 students who have become recipients of the Evans Scholarship:  

NameSchoolCollegeYear Selected
Grayson WittbrodNoblesville High SchoolPurdue2020
Jacob EspeyWestfield High SchoolPurdue2019
Nicole NeuenschwaderWestfield High SchoolIndiana2019
Ashley HedgesWestfield High SchoolPurdue2018
Amber HedgesWestfield High SchoolPurdue2018
Hannah VanderboschCathedral High SchoolPurdue2017
Elliot ShideLawrence North High SchoolBall State*2017
Hayden BauschkaCarmel High SchoolPurdue2016
Ethan ParsleyWestfield High SchoolIndiana2016
Megan HedgesWestfield High SchoolPurdue2016
Andrew HedgesWestfield High SchoolPurdue2016

The Evans Scholarship, founded and administered by the Chicago-based Western Golf Association in 1930, is available to both young men and women who have worked as caddies, have excellent academic records, possess outstanding character, and have demonstrated the financial need to fund a college education. The Evans Scholarship has 18 house chapters in leading universities across the country.

It’s estimated that after the final selections are completed in April, over 280 new scholarships will be awarded nationwide. Scholarship funds come mainly from contributions by 32,000 golfers across the country who are members of the Evans Scholars Par Club program. Evans Scholars Alumni donate more than $10 million annually, and all proceeds from the BMW Championship, the third of four PGA TOUR Playoff events in the PGA TOUR’s FedExCup competition, are donated to the Evans Scholars Foundation.

Cohoat and O’Neal Golf Management is currently looking for candidates for the 2020 Caddie Program. If you have an 8th or 9th grader with exemplary grades (over 3.5 GPA) and financial need to pay for college, please contact us to apply to be a caddie this summer. The application and questionnaire can be found on either the Prairie View Golf Club website or the Wood Wind Golf Club website under “Caddie Program.” If you have questions, please contact one the following members of the Cohoat and O’Neal Team:

Jake Peacockjake@prairieviewgc.comPrairie View Golf Club Head Professional
Jeff Cohoatjcohoat@cohoatandoneal.comDirector of Sales
Lisa Morrissettlmorrissett@cohoatandoneal.comAVP Operations

*awarded Evans but declined in order to attend Ball State University on a music scholarship

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