The question must be asked … what makes anything world class? Is it design, setting or service?
All three conspire to make golf at The Valley Club a true indulgence. Stepping onto any of The Valley Club’s 27 holes designed by Hale Irwin and acclaimed architect Tom Fazio, you will feel as though you’re part of the landscape.
Members experience a course carefully blended with nature while providing an ever-challenging golf experience. With impeccable attention to detail from the bag room to the bunkers, the exclusivity and service afforded by our private club will spoil you. Although we pride ourselves on service and the design of our courses, it is our location that truly defines the golf experience.
While there are great golf courses all over the country, playing a course is just one facet of the game. Take a moment and imagine a warm summer evening, as the sky turns a brilliant orange, walking a vacant fairway and sinking a final putt as ducks skim off a pond. A cold drink, a memorable meal and familiar faces welcome you back at the Clubhouse, eager to hear about your round. This is what belonging is all about.
The Valley Club is proud to have over seventy years of teaching experience featuring our Director of Instruction, Tommy Sanderson, and Director of Golf, Stoney Brown. Tommy has been awarded the coveted “Teacher of The Year Award” for the Rocky Mountain Section of the PGA of America. Stoney has earned many honors, including the PGA’s prestigious Horton Smith Award given annually for outstanding and continuing contributions to PGA education. Head Professional Jaime Sharp and three Assistant Professionals are also available for private instruction to our Members. Junior golfers are not forgotten, as Valley Club professionals offer clinics for Member’s children of all ages.