Pheasant Valley Country ClubLocated in IN Region
3838 West 141st. Street
Crown Point, IN 46307
Main Phone: (219)663-5000 Website:
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Comments on Pheasant Valley Country Club
|Golfer: Bob O.
|The layout is competitive. Watson played this course in his prime and could only muster minus 1. But the course is in terrible condition. The greens have not been aerated and sanded for an apparent long time; extremely slow and the green_s grass have even grown over the cup_s edges. Poor maintenance. Fairways are like the first cut or ruff at other public courses. At the 19th hole the owners have a single bartender doing pro shop duties, bartending, cooking and waitering tables. I hope the owners are paying Jimmy and his late afternoon lady bartender at least $30 per hour since they do a great job. By the way the carts suck. The place is hilly and cart #19 had limited brakes. It was a thrill ride.
|If you like looking for golf balls, if you like playing around branches that are not picked up, if you like sharing the course with shirtless drunks, if you like blind shots on a course that like dirty azz then you are in the right spot! This place is no better than it was 5 years ago! BLOWS!!!
|Big kudos to the new owners. Unfortunately for them the course is still garbage. No fault of theirs however. The condition of the course. the club house. the parking lot etc. are as good as they have been since the seventies. Cut down some of the scrub trees and trim another thousand or so of them and the course will be playable. The layout of the course blows! No matter how pristine its condition it is still just a polished turd!
|Course reopened last summer and under went an amazing transition. Play this course, it_s not perfect yet but what an improvement in such a short time.
|Golfer: Dave Hegan
|Well Scove and duffer, you are both right. This great course did shut down and was almost closed forever until we bought it in 2009. Since our purchase, we have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on upgrades and started the renovation. Do not be mistaken. Our complete renovation will take several weather seasons but immediate improvements are obvious. First, we fixed the water drainage problem on the golf course. Second, we treated the greens and fairways to badly needed nutrients. Third, we planted a lot of new grass. Fourth, we started cleaning up the clubhouse and eliminated the sewer smell. Fifth, we built several new tees to make the course more user friendly for older golfers. Seventh, we took out lots of trees and brush to clean the place up. It is starting to look and feel like the old Pheasant Valley. We are not done yet though. This year, we want to start on repairing and in many cases rebuilding the bunkers. We plan on rebuilding all of the cart paths. We will do more rebuild on the clubhouse and now you can actually get Wi-Fi in the building so while drinking a beer and enjoying the hi-def TV_s, you can be surfing the net on your phone. Please give us time, we are trying. Thanks
|Golfer: Anonymous Duffer
|The course is closed. Moron new owners ran once was a gem into the ground. Complete moronic father and son team of fools. Eddie Naum, original owner is turning over in his grave.
|Closed down. Was once a well kept course, one of the finest courses in the Chicago area. Literaly bus loads of golfers from Illinois would make the trip to this course in Crown Point Indiana. Unfortunately the original owners passed and the course was purchased by an idiot and managed by his idiot son. They drove it into the ground. It went from one of the best to one of the sadest courses in NW Indiana.
Pheasant Valley Country Club Addtional Information & History
The 18-hole Pheasant Valley golf course at the Pheasant Valley Country Club in Crown Point, Indiana was built on hilly terrain in a wooded area. Water comes into play on four holes. Three sets of tee boxes are available, offering a challenging round of golf for players of all skill levels. The Pheasant Valley course has Bent grass greens and fairways and offers 6,869 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 72.3 and it has a slope rating of 126. Designed by Roy Albert Anderson, the Pheasant Valley Country Club opened in 1967.