Golf Guide Play Day at Green Valley Country Club set for March 12th

Once time “springs forward” on March 11, 2018, the powers that be at Golf Guide and Green Valley Country Club have teamed up to open the country club’s gates to the public to celebrate the return of late afternoon golf.

Join in on the fun on Monday, March 12th by playing Green Valley Country Club and enjoying a meal at this idyllic golf club nestled into the Wine Country foothills, north of Fairfield, CA.



WHEN: Monday, March 12, 2018. Gates open at 10:30am, play begins at 12 noon

WHERE: Green Valley Country Club // 35 Country Club Drive, Fairfield CA

WHY: Because playing golf on spectacular golf courses is something we all love, and to give you an opportunity to play a course you usually wouldn’t have access to.

COST: $90 per player (includes green fee, cart and lunch)



Located in a tranquil and stunning valley not far from the urban sprawl of the San Francisco Bay, Green Valley Country Club is the everyman’s private golf club that somehow manages to retain an authentic 1950’s country club vibe. Set on 528 stunning acres, Green Valley’s 18-hole course provides members and guests with as unique a playing experience as you’ll find in the California Wine County. Tree-lined holes that meander in and out of the valley’s foothills force golfers to play uphill, downhill, and side to side as they navigate the course’s small and always firm fairways and greens. Green Valley Country Club is architect Elmer G. Border’s only golf course design on record, and he knocked it out of the park on his lone attempt, designing a course that plays incredibly fair for those just being introduced to the game while dotting trouble in the form of well-placed trees and bunkers around all 18 holes that requires accomplished players to stay vigilant should they want to post a low number. If for some wild reason members need a reprieve from golf, the club has remarkably fine tennis, swimming, bocce and fitness facilities to compliment its delicious dining options and breathtaking scenery. Great golf, relaxing vibes and an incredible pre-civil war mansion that doubles as its clubhouse make Green Valley Country Club a wine country golf staple.

Looking back at the 3rd hole at GVCC, a dogleg-left par-5 with a semi-blind tee shot. Photo by Kyle Surlow/Golf Guide
The green complex at the 9th hole, a medium-length par-4. Photo by Kyle Surlow/Golf Guide

Field is limited to 36 players and spots are reserved on a first-come, first-serve basis. To reserve a spot, visit Green Valley Country Club’s Course Page on Golf Guide’s website, and purchase the ‘PLAY DAY’ play certificate.

For all inquires regarding this event, please contact Golf Guide at 707-578-3300 or



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