WOODBRIDGE — The Oak Lane Country Club & Golf Course in Woodbridge is going on the auction block. The facility boasts a 24,000-square-foot clubhouse, 18-hole championship golf course (6,680 yards, par 72; designed by Geoffrey S. Cornish), three pools, eight tennis courts, a groundskeeper’s home and 180 acres of land. (The deal also includes everything from tractors to weedeaters.)

The reason for the sale? The club, apparently, is another victim of a bad economy. As a result of declining membership (at one point the club had several hundred members, but that number has declined to about 200), the 50-year old club, located at 1027 Racebrook Road, is going to be auctioned off at 1 p.m. May 10. The reserve price that must be met  is $1,590,000.

More information about the property and the auction is available at tranzon.com.