Spring Valley Golf Club is an 18-hole public golf course with breathtaking views, framed by picturesque, rolling farm country. A golf adventure around every corner for all levels of players, you’ll want to play Spring Valley over and over. Tree-lined fairways and spring-fed ponds make Spring Valley a MUST-play in Western PA.
A variety of terrain awaits you at each distinctive hole, built mostly by Mother Nature. Preview each unique experience by taking a look at a hole.
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Course is Open Daily Sunup to Sunset
A par 4, 403 yards. A demanding opening hold, a pond to the left and trees to the right, a good drive and you’ll have a mid-iron into this kidney-shaped green that slopes from the back to front. Use more club than you’re thinking because of the elevation.
A short, but tricky par 4 hole, positioning an iron off the tree will leave you with a short wedge in, and hopefully, will keep you out of the trees. Most long hitters will find it hard to resist trying to drive the green. Birdie here is a possibility.
It’s a tight straightaway hole, again you may want to keep the driver in the bag and the ball on the short grass. This green is slightly elevated and is guarded by two bunkers. Stay in the fairway here and you can score.
A three-shot hole, with out-of-bounds down the left side. As you approach the second shot, look left and you will see markers that inform how far it is to the directional flag. Your approach shot to the green has to be precise. You are shooting over a gully to a green 30 yards below your feet and trouble all around.
This hole is built on the side of the hill to your right and drops quickly to the left. On the green is the only safe way to par.
This is a straight, uphill par four. A good drive will leave you with a mid-iron to this generous green.
This hole is a tight dogleg left. Lay up with a long iron to the bend and try to hit this green with a short iron. Once on the green, you will still have some work left to secure par.
On this straightaway hole, you must avoid a large tree on the right side of the fairway off the tee. The fairway trap down the right side seems to attract stray second shots, avoid the trap and you will have a pitch to the green.
This is a very demanding hole. Your tee shot goes over a ravine, hopefully, to a receptive green that will give up some pars.
Dogleg to the left. You will want to hit your tee shot between 170 and 190 yards in the middle of the fairway, to the landing area near the directional flag. Your second shot must go through a chute of trees and over the same ravine you went over on the preceding hole. This is strictly placement, so be conservative from the tee.
This is a nice short shot to a big green. Take three here and go to the next tee happily!
This is a beautiful hole. Your first shot off this elevated tee will head downhill onto a rolling fairway. Before you tee off, look about 15 yards behind the tee next to the cart path and you will see what remains of a one-room schoolhouse. A good tee shot here will put you into position ot reach this green in two. Favor the left center of this fairway.
Another uphill par four. Your tee shot must carry to the top of a steep hill, so if you don’t get the driver up in the air quickly, you may be better off using a 3 or 4 wood off the tee. Bigger hitters will only have pitch shots to this green, so a birdie may be a possibility.
You are well above the fairway when you tee up to this hole. A good straight drive is a must as this fairway starts wide and narrows as it approaches the green. There are trees on your right and a small pond on the left and in front of the green.
This hole is short but very demanding. There are bunkers guarding the front, which you must carry if you intend on driving the green. The green slopes severely from right to left and two putting is not an easy task. Stay a little left of the pin to have a shot up the slope of the slope of the green.
After you hit your tee shot, go visit the natural spring that is just off the fairway to the left about 50 yards, but no fishing! A good tee shot will put you into position to reach the elevated green, but don’t stray right or left. There are patches of pine trees that eat golf balls.
From the back tees, this hole has a 153 yard shot downhill to a receptive green. Par here is a good score.
This is an uphill dogleg to the left onto a narrow green. A well-placed tee shot will give you a short shot in. Bigger hitters will try to drive the green, but be wary – there is a lot of trouble around this green built on the side of a hill.