THE COURSE

Nestled in a tranquil valley, the golf course offers stunning views of the Southern California landscape,impeccable course conditions, unmatched playability and superlative golf shop service. Designed by Ted Robinson Sr.,  Vista Valley Country Club was established as a par-72 golf course in 1979.  This 18-Hole Championship layout is renowned for its dramatic elevation changes, undulating fairways and fast greens. Vista Valley provides a range of tees suitable for any handicap and an extensive practice range and short game areas. Annually, Vista Valley Country Club hosts the AJGA, the USGA Qualifiers, and is a proud partner for the Golf Channel Am Tour.

The front nine, a shot-maker’s dream, features tight fairways flanked by streams canopied with mature trees, while the longer back nine is more open, but challenges the player with elevated tees and greens protected by lakes. A wide variety of tees provides a fun experience for golfers of all skill levels.The promise of never having the same round twice, makes Vista Valley a golf experience unlike any other and will leave you with much to talk about over a drink with friends in the lounge after your round.

GOLF COURSE TOUR

women's scorecard   SCORECARD

Golf Course Tour - Vista

HOLE 1
Tee:
Black
Distance: 529 Yards
Tee:
Blue
Distance: 522 Yards
Tee:
White
Distance: 512 Yards
Tee:
Red
Distance: 500 Yards
Tee:
Gold
Distance: 477 Yards
Par:5
Handicap:17
Description:

How to Play:
Favoring the right portion of the fairway will save unnecessary strokes. Your second shot needs to be positioned down the left hand side to avoid the large Oaks that guard the right hand side of the fairway. 

A good second shot will leave you anywhere from 165 to 75 yards to a green that is protected by a large bunker on the right. Try and stay below the hole with your third shot and tap in for birdie from there.
 

Golf course dress code

All member and their guests are required to adhere to the Club Dress Code while on the golf course. It is responsibility of each member, when inviting guests to play, to inform them of the Club Dress Code. Please consult the Club Staff for details regarding special club events. Acceptable attire for men are sport shirts or golf shirts with sleeves and raised collars or turtleneck collars. Mock turtlenecks are permitted (“band/collar” must be 1.5” or higher). Shirts must be tucked into slacks or shorts at all times. “Camp Style” button down shirts, Tommy Bahama style button down shirts may be worn un-tucked. Men may wear Bermuda shorts, plus fours (knickers) or slacks. Men’s shorts must be no shorter than 4” above the middle of the knee or feature an inseam length not past the kneecap. Cargo shorts and cargo pants are acceptable attire, subject to the aforementioned inseam requirements. Caps must be work “bill” forward at all times.

Acceptable attire for ladies are golf skirts, skorts, culottes, tailored slacks, plus fours (knickers) or Bermuda shorts (no shorter than 4” above the middle of the knee). Traditional golf tops with or without a collar must be worn, no bare midriffs, tank tops or halter tops are allowed.

THE FOLLOWING ATTIRE IS PROHIBITED FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN ON THE GOLF COURSE:
DENIM OF ANY KIND, CUT OFF STYLE SHORTS, FOOTBALL TYPE JERSEYS, WARM UP SUITS OR SWEAT PANTS. Golf shoes with plastic (soft, non-metal) spikes must be own at all times on the golf course.

Please change shoes and clothing in the locker room areas provided, and inform all guests of these policies before arrival to The Club.   

   

Great Club. The golf course is like being on vacation out of town in the country; it is very peaceful and never over crowded yet very demanding and challenging. The clubhouse is beautiful after the full remodel. The food and Bar are awesome and most of all, the staff is so friendly and welcoming. Dana G.