Built in 1968, our course incorporates a traditional European design, featuring large landing areas leading to ample greens that are protected by bunkers and several lakes. Since being purchased in 1982 by the DeGol Family, Scotch Valley has undergone a complete metamorphosis. All playing surfaces have been redone, incorporating bent grasses. Each trap and grass bunker has been relocated or redesigned to provide consistent conditions. Tees and greens have been upgraded and are recognized as some of the fastest, but fairest, greens in the tri-state area. In order to maintain the quality of the playing surface, a 1 million gallon irrigation dam was added to existing water supplies, and all were tied to a state-of-the-art computerized watering system.
Scotch Valley has been honored to host several major golf events during its history.
Included in these are ten qualifying rounds for the United States Open (1994-2003), several state PGA Championships, major college conference golf championships, and a series of charity Pro-Ams that featured many of the PGA's current stars.