Okanogan Valley Golf Club first opened for play in 1946
The golf course at Okanogan Valley Golf Club has well-designed course features, like the tree-lined fairways which afford generous landing areas and their medium to slow speed slightly undulating, greens. Overall, the greens are typically flat with only a few undulations. Greens are small targets and they are slow. A couple have tiers, but most are relatively flat.
Okanogan Valley Golf Club plays to 6,417 yards of golf if you do a double loop on this 9-hole course. The "18-hole" par is 71 . The 18-hole course rating is 70.5 and with a slope rating of 119.
There are additional sets of tees that can be used when playing an eighteen hole round. This 9-hole course has several tee boxes on nearly every hole so that it feels different on "the back 9" - two of the tee boxes are set at almost 90 degree angles from each other. Several tees are high above the fairways and one crosses a pond. A water hazard comes into play on hole #7. The signature hole is #9, a 540-yard, par 5, requiring a tee shot up a dogleg fairway, then an approach to a slightly elevated green that will hold any high shot.
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