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Briggs Woods Golf Course in Webster City, Iowa.  Iowa's Greatest Golf Value!  Home of the unlimited play golf package. (Click Here)  The course is closed for the season.  See you next spring.

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 Briggs Woods Public Golf Course, perfectly positioned overlooking the pristine Boone River Valley of Hamilton County, boasts an 18-hole course that stretches 6,500 yards and a par 72.  Briggs' smooth greens and well-kept fairways are punctuated by dramatic arching trees and strategic bunkers creating a challenging, yet pleasurable, golf experience.

Briggs Woods Public Golf Course has 40 years of history and tradition that generations have come to know and love.  Our mission throughout the years has stood firm to provide golfers an outstanding course, excellent service and attentive staff who anticipate your needs and transcend your expectations.

Briggs Woods Golf Course has recently outfitted our flag sticks for laser range finder use.  Along with our laser range upgrade all our rental carts have The Tee to Green GPS Yardage Systems. We hope you can join us soon for a round of exciting golf.

Since golfers come in all shapes and sizes, Karsten began work on his famous PING Color Code System to bring the benefits of custom fitting to the average golfer. Today, PING is the undisputed fitting leader, with thousands of fitting systems at golf shops and courses around the world, a fleet of fitting vehicles that travel to demo days around the country, and a comprehensive, PGA-certified training program designed to instruct golf professionals to properly fit PING equipment to every golfer's swing.  The new PING Color Code Chart features two new color codes — yellow (1.5° upright) and purple (1.5° flat) — to bring the total number of available lie angles to 12.