About Pine Valley Country Club
Pine Valley County Club was founded in 1966 with the mission and vision to create a unique and superior private club experience for its membership. The club sits on 160+ acres and offers its membership:
18 hole championship golf course
13,000 square foot clubhouse
25 meter pool and snack bar
4 tennis courts
and personalized and superior service
The golf course is managed by PGA Golf Professional Michael W. Ahlers. He and his staff ensure that each round for member is guest is everything they expected and more. The course is maintained to the quality you would expect from one of the best courses in Indiana by Superintendent Steve Mueller.
The clubhouse provides the membership with a breathtaking view of the golf course throughout the facility. It houses one of the best private restaurants in Northern Indiana and many large rooms utilized for private parties and social gatherings. Our Executive Chef, Aaron Rothgeb, ensures that all patrons in the restaurant or private parties are well fed with extensive offerings sure to awaken their taste buds.
The pool is an inviting place for family leisure, and competitive swimming. It provides the perfect environment to enjoy the summer sun.
Look around the website, and ultimately call our General Manager, Diana Amstutz or Membership Director, Ashley Rohlfing to see how we can help you call Pine Valley Country Club your club.
All members and their guest are requested to follow the Club’s dress code as indicated below:
a. Proper golf shoes must be worn on the course at all times. Non-metal spikes are mandatory.
b. Men’s shirts must have collars. Short sleeve mock turtlenecks are permitted.
c. Blue jeans, short-shorts, cutoffs, halter tops and swimming suits are not allowed on the golf course.
Golf Course Care
All members and guests are responsible for replacing divots, raking traps, repairing ball marks, etc… Any member or guest who does not comply will be asked to leave the course immediately and the matter will be brought to the attention of the Golf Committee and the Board.
Any group playing slowly must step aside and allow faster groups to play through. If a group fails to keep its place on the course and loses more than one clear hole in front, that group must allow the following group to play through. Each group should be capable of playing an 18 hole round of golf in four hours. Chronic slow play is a major problem for everyone and all members and their guests should make every effort to keep their play moving.
No Non-player guests allowed.
Cancellation Policy: 72 Hours