Napa Valley Country Club Golf

Course Rating
Tees: Blue White Red
Slope/Ratings: 131/70.4 124/68.5 127/70.8

The 15th hole is the longest par 3 at NVCC plays 172 yards over a lake on a calm day from the back tee.
Wind can make this hole very difficult. The green is bunkered on the right and left and has two distinct tiers.

Nestled in the hills of the Napa Valley this 6,148-yard, par 72-layout rolls through the countryside in grand fashion.
The original front nine fairways were cut out of tall grass with wild oats as rough in 1917 by a group of Napa Valley businessmen, who constructed "oiled sand" greens. Over the years, it developed into a 3,008-yard layout reminiscent of a classic parkland design. The tees are generally elevated, the fairways are narrow and lined with large oak and redwood trees, and the greens are modest.

The back nine was completed in 1990. Designed by Ronald Fream, with features found in more modern courses, it enables the golfer to enjoy two distinctly different playing experiences, this nine is 3,140-yard target style layout with rolling fairways and undulating greens.
Gorgeous scenery, an abundance of wildlife, and beautiful natural surroundings make a round at Napa Valley Country Club seem more like a stroll through a nature wonderland.
Electric carts, fully equipped Pro Shop, teaching Pros, and practice facilities complete the golf experience.