Shenandoah Valley Golf Club

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Course: Shenandoah Valley Golf Club
Address: 134 Golf Club Circle
  Front Royal, VA 22630
County: Warren
Phone: 540-636-4653
Rates 2012 Season
Monday - Thursday3518 Holes and cart
Fri - Sun & Holidays4518 Holes and cart
Rates Subject to Change! Always check with the course for current fees.
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Men's (White & Blue) Back63307112270.7
Men's(White &Blue) Middle58927111968.8
Men's(White & Blue) Front48387110564.6
Men's (Blue & Red) Back63997212671.1
Men's (Blue & Red) Middle60277212369.4
Men's (Blue & Red) Front49877210464.8
Men's (Red & White) Back61217112269.6
Men's(Red & White) Middle56817111967.6
Men's (Red & White) Front47597110564.4
L (Blue & Red) Middle60277312674.1
L (Blue & Red) Front49877311667.8
L(White &Blue) Middle58927112273.3
L (White & Blue) Front48387111366.9
L (Red & White) Middle56817212172
L (Red & White) Front47597211466.3
5/21/2009Shenandoah Valley Golf Club offers a lush green set of 3 nines all year long. In the spring the word lush takes on new meaning is you are attempting to find your ball in the lush rough of the rain soaked SVGC. We have enjoyed this green beauty of a course for years, so it was no surprise that recent rains have made it a ďUS Open-likeĒ imperative to keep the ball I the fairway. Greens are thick and a bit slow. The holes have some similarity to each other, yet are different enough to keep your attention. The rates are a value, and with a $25 special from the Waggle Golf Pass the value is really there! These 3 nines are an easy drive west from the DC beltway. Gas is a bit cheaper there so come with a near empty tank. Ayce
6/9/2007One reason to play this course has always been the nice drive to a cooler summer climate than the beltway confines. That still being the case, the drive got better since you now go past Blue Ridge Shadows en route to Shenandoah Valley. What a beautiful new course is Blue Ridge Shadows! But, on this day a group of buddies contracted for a small outing at an old favoriteóSVGC. It gets better with age, and the price is still right. Something very folksy about Shenandoah Valley and the golf isnít bad either. Sure the rise in fuel costs makes it a dollar more to get there, but it is still worth it. Bring some extra cash for the produce stands and make it up there. Ayce
6/1/2006Not expecting 90 degrees on June 1, we remembered the cool climes of Shenandoah Valley and headed west. Sure enough the temps were more tolerable and the playing conditions excellent. The same nice staff seems to be there every year, resulting in some work pride not seen at all courses. Route 66 is still under construction so plan for possible traffic, or just go west on Rte. 50 for a more scenic ride. One of the other benefits of this course is the merchandise sales which are going on every visit I make. Sure, their logo does not have the cache of Doral, but the shirts donít cost $95 either. Call ahead as many outings come to this valley mecca for tourneys. Ayce
6/11/2005This has to be one of the best buys in golf within an hour of the Washington Beltway. The three nines are fairly similar with their fir tree lined fairways. If you miss the fairway, you wonít lose a ball, but you will have to punch out. Few water hazards, if any exist on this rolling country course. One of the great benefits of playing Shenandoah during the summer is that because of the altitude and the breeze, it is always a bit cooler than the temps inside that Beltway. Construction traffic on I-66 can make the journey to the course frightful, so leave plenty of time to get there. Ayce
10/11/2003An hour from the DC beltway lie 27 holes of terrific golf named Shenandoah Valley Golf. A beautiful hillside clubhouse affords scenic views of the courseís namesake valley and provides a fine 19th hole experience. The three nines consistently provide some of the most emerald fairways to be found anywhere. The tree framed holes roll gently with an occasional blind tee shot or tricky dogleg just to challenge your focus. The greens fees are so reasonable that both your budget and your golf urge will coax you to pop for a cart fee to try that Ďotherí nineóred, white, blue as they are known. As you leave the course to return to Interstate 66, be sure to stop at the flea market on the fairgrounds for a slice of Shenandoah Valley Americana! Ayce
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