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Play an Ontario Classic

Current 12 Holes – Par 48 | 3,912 yards  

From the first tee where a glance up gives a gorgeous view of the slopes, the course takes full advantage of the forested beauty of the valley. In contrast to a links-style course, The Valley Course has stunning tree-lined fairways and curved bunkers and natural ponds that nestle into the natural folds and bends of the earth. With regular sightings of a fox, groundhogs and woodland birds, this nature-filled course is bound to delight you as much as it will challenge your golfing abilities.




New Layout for July 2024 & Revitalization of 18-Holes 

New 18 Holes – Par 69 | 5,559 yards

For the 2024 Season, we are pleased to announce a significant enhancement to the Valley Course, transitioning it back to a premier 18-hole layout. This project is being led by Chris Goodman, of Muskoka Bay Resort (recently named #7 Golf Course in Canada by ScoreGolf). Circle July 1st, 2024, on your calendars as the anticipated launch and gear up to debut this exceptional design, raising the bar for golfing at The Valley.

In 2024, we will continue to offer three membership levels and public tee times.

A Look at Hole by Hole Transition

Our current hole 10 will become the first tee for the 18-hole layout. This means the new front nine will be an exciting mix of revitalized designs and past favourites, including the current holes 11 and 12 as the new 8 and 9 for the 18-hole course. With the current front nine flipping to the back nine in the 18-hole layout, you can finish your full round by driving down the long par 5 fairway off our iconic tee block with a perfect sunset view. For those who are used to our current 12-hole course, your strategic play will be challenged as you use your initial energy on fairways and greens that might not yet be familiar, then have the comfort of the back nine (current 12-hole front nine) for your second half of the game.


See below the order of the current holes (numbered in orange) paired against their order of play for the new 18-hole course (numbered in black). These distances are subject to change and are only approximated by our Grounds Team. Golf Ontario will provide new measurements once we officially open the course so you can log your score and work on your handicap for tournament play.