HISTORY

Though we are relatively young in years, The Valley Club is steeped in tradition. The Club was chartered in 1996 by a small group of avid local golfers who just wanted a place to play golf with their friends. These visionaries, combined with the resources and expertise of a development group, created The Valley Club, featuring 18 holes, designed by Hale Irwin.

In 1999 the developers turned ownership of the Club over to the membership and it remains the only private club in the Wood River Valley. In 2007, the Club proudly opened the West Nine, designed by legendary architect, Tom Fazio. Simultaneously, the Club expanded a small pool house into a 6,000 sq. ft. year- round Fitness Center and added a four-lane lap pool to complement four tennis courts. In 2009 the finishing touches were completed on a 13,000 square foot addition to the Clubhouse, featuring a 10,000 square foot patio to enjoy spectacular views of famous Bald Mountain. The Club continues to make improvements to its facilities, recently adding two new tennis courts that are domed for winter play.