Sherwood Country Club is a private, member owned golf and country club in Lake Sherwood, California set at the base of the Santa Monica Mountains just south of city of Thousand Oaks. Sherwood is home to a championship 18-hole Jack Nicklaus signature golf course, driving range and Georgian architecture golf clubhouse. Adjacent to the golf club is the tennis clubhouse, swimming pool, gymnasium, fitness facility and spa. There are a total of 12 tennis courts, including 8 hard courts (one with stadium seating), two clay courts and two grass courts. The courts are lit for night play.
Sherwood was the host of the World Challenge, an off-season, PGA Tour-recognized golf tournament hosted by Tiger Woods each December, from 2000 to 2013. Sherwood was also the site of the Showdown at Sherwood, the first ever prime-time live golf match, which was played between Tiger Woods and David Duval in 1999.
In 2016, Sherwood becamethe host of the new Champions Tour event, the PowerShares QQQ Championship.