Spring Valley Golf Course
3441 Calaveras Rd
Milpitas, CA 95035-7214, United States

This 18-hole course was designed by founder Ray Anderson and opened in 1956. The course plays from 5,453 to 6,140 yards and lies on the hills of Santa Clara County, between San Jose and Fremont. The 2nd hole features two sets of tees; the "A" tees play longer than the "B" tees. The practice facilities include a large area for sand bunker practice, a 25-yard chipping area and a 22-stall range.

The standard adult walking rates are $37 weekdays, $55 weekends and holidays (carts are $28). Sliding twilight, junior, senior, and clergy discounts are offered.
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Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$50 - $59
   Weekend:$60 - $74
General Manager:Jeff Rockwood
Superintendent:Chris Mains
Guest Policy:open
Season Start:Year-round, weather permitting
Reserved Tee Times:Online & Phone
Pro Shop :yes
Driving Range:yes
Short Game Practice:yes with sand bunker
Water Hazards:Moderate
Sand Bunkers:Scarce

Nearby Courses

Public CourseBay View Golf Club
Milpitas, CA (1 miles)
Private CourseSan Jose Country Club
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Private CoursePin High Golf Center
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Public CourseSanta Clara Golf & Tennis Club
Santa Clara, CA (7 miles)
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  hpinsf - 4/21/11
Spring Valley is situated alone in the foothills above Milpitas. There are no homes, streets, or commercial buildings next to the course. It's quite peaceful actually. The course is short and fairly open. There aren't a lot of large mature trees and not a lot of bunkers. The front nine is fairly straight forward while the back nine has more variety and character. The greens are a bit tricky and have a lot of break. No 3 footer here is ever a gimme. The views of the mountains and surrounding ranches around the course are nice.
  blue_crush - 9/20/08
played on 4/25/08 called the pro shop, 2:30 on a Fri, Terry the starter said is wide open... got there before 3 and this course got a huge face lift 7yrs ago... and the layout is basically the same, but has better rough now and greens. there's a great practice area and driving range there, with 2 huge putting areas. the club house is huge with banquets up to 200+. The course was in awsome condition and the greens were fast and still a touch firm as they were sanded 3wks ago. as I played the course, I just couldn't help remembering what it use to look like and how its change for the better. the pace of play was really fast, just over 3hrs, and while the valley was windy as hell, this course had but a breeze. the twilight rate was really great too, like 26.00 and only 23.00 after 5pm up there. here's another thing that was just awsome, its in a little valley up there, and there's a park on 2 sides and horse ranch on the other side, ITS QUITE.... no city noise, just wild turkeys gobbling.... the course is fairly wide open and had a good challenge for your game, as it not only lets you rip it, but pays to have good course mgmt too. overall I give this course 4 out of 5 stars. its not pebble, but its a great place to play golf and enjoy the hills, peace and quite... Smilin Steve

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