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Hole 18

The finishing hole at Green Valley will give players who find the fairway on this blind uphill tee shot a great chance to finish with a par or birdie. Play your tee ball up the center of the hill to leave yourself a downhill second shot to this difficult putting surface. This green is the most difficult green to read at Green Valley. A good rule of thumb is that the putts tend to break towards the Missouri River.

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Green Valley Golf Course

This 18-hole course abuts the Loess Hills and is known for its rolling hills and challenging greens. The course offers five water hazards and multiple bunkers. The course features 7,085 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72.

We have two PGA pros on staff and a fully stocked pro shop. Our course is serviced by a food and beverage cart, and lessons are available by appointment from our PGA pros. Additionally, we have complete event and outing services available.

Green Valley is the annual home to many amateur tournaments including the City Championship, the Rivercade Amateur, the Honker Classic, and the Tri-State Masters.

The course rating is 74 and it has a slope rating of 123. Green Valley golf course opened in 1963