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3838 W 141st Ave
Crown Point, IN  46307-9761
United States
P: (219) 663-5000
F: (219) 663-9419
Pheasant Valley Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,869 yards | 126 slope

72.3 rating

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Pheasant Valley Golf Course

The 18-hole "Pheasant Valley" course at the Pheasant Valley Country Club facility in Crown Point, Indiana features 6,869 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 72.3 and it has a slope rating of 126. Designed by Roy Albert Anderson, the Pheasant Valley golf course opened in 2013. Chuck Hegan manages the course as the Owner/Manager.

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Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed August 13, 2013

I haven't played here in 25 years and had heard that the property had changed hands, resulting in poor conditions. I then heard that the new ownership was investing in the property and that conditions were on the upswing. These words were dead on. Conditions are very nice, the greens are the best I've played on in a long while (but I do wish they were just a tiny bit quicker). The only exception is the 4th fairway; it was poor (mole invasion?) 25 years ago and still is ... Staff was friendly and upbeat. Will definitely be back!

Reviewed June 14, 2013

I used to play this course in the late 70's and it was one of the finest in the county. I had read reviews that its conditioning had gotten pretty bad in recent years but that it was recently purchased and the new owner has made new improvements. I just played it on 6/14/2013 and can attest that the course is returning to its previous status of being one of the best public courses in the county. The layout is the toughest you will find in the area. The greens were pristine. The fairways & rough were plush. The staff was extremely courteous and friendly. It was a great value. The only negative issue (very minor) I had was that the fairways were cut a little long.

Reviewed July 02, 2010

Well, Par8 and Fred said it. The new owners are doing everything possible to try and return Pheasant Valley to the quality course it used to be. Upgrades for 2010 include a new pump for the irrigation system that will create a more uniform and consistent watering pattern. The new pump is already on site and installation has begun. Obviously the fairways have all been reseeded and some have been reshaped. The hillbilly drainage system created in the past has been replaced with a spectacular new system that drains this course better than anyone could have ever imagined. The greens have been enlarged, aerated, treated with grass cocktails, and they putt real nice. The junk piles of earth are all replaced with park like mounds landscaped with nice grass. The view from the dining room with a setting sun is returning if not getting better than what people remember. Recently, Pheasant Valley won the best bar-b-que award at the 2010 Taste of Crown Point for their ribs. As you drive in to the course, we know the parking lot is a mess and the driveway is a mess. The bid was released on July 2nd, 2010 to re-pave the parking lot, re-pave the driveway, and re-pave all of the cart paths. In addition to that, new washrooms will be built in the clubhouse. The contract for that rebuild was released the last week of June. By the fall of 2010, Pheasant Valley will once again be the treat and worth the trip that it was in the past. The course is nice now, it will get better. Dave Hegan

Reviewed June 20, 2010

Last year it needed a lot of work. Thay have put in the work on the course, and its a nice course. Next year will even be better. The pro shop is anything but. I could really care less though. Im there to slap the ball around, not hang in the pro shop. The lounge is great, it has a nice view.
I love it!! Do me a favor and stay away so I can continue to play at my pace, and not be crowded.

Reviewed May 21, 2010

new corse around now

Reviewed July 03, 2008

Worst 40 bucks I've ever spent. It's fun losing golf balls in the fairway and 5 foot off the green. Maybe they should try cutting the grass.

Reviewed October 16, 2007

New owner coming in to invest lots of money to fix up both the golf course and the clubhouse this year. Finally some money is going to be invested in this once outstanding golf course. I know the plans are underway as I speak and changes are being made. Can't wait to see what it develops into because this golf course is one of the most difficult and fun ones in Indiana.

Reviewed October 01, 2007

This course was horrible. Worst $30 I've ever spent. The fairways are hard as stone and bumpier than the surface of mars. The grass on the greens was half-dead. The 10th hole was closed. Two of the flags were just laying on the greens when we approached. The clubhouse looks like absolute trash. I asked for a partial refund, citing the terrible conditions, and the pro-shop guy just glared at me, then silently wrote out a handwritten "rain check" for one of us to come back and play for free, and he shoved it at me with a challenging look that almost made me laugh out loud. Like I ever want to golf there again?
The topper was coming into the bar to order snacks and the bartender seriously would not even look at us when we were ordering, and gave us a weird attitude. I'm pretty enthusiastic and cheerful about golf and golf courses and I'm sad to say this is the first one I actually left after 11 holes. Just couldn't take it anymore.

Reviewed September 21, 2007

Reviewed July 17, 2006

Reviewed June 06, 2006

Bruce Engel

Traditionally one of the very best and most difficult tracks in Northwest Indiana. Used to be one of my favorites. New owners have let the condition of the course sour over there tenure. Maintaince is pathetic.


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Tom M. N/A 51 51 04/25/08
2 Ted J. 17 87 70 09/27/13
3 Dave H. 4 77 73 07/03/10
4 Joel B. 24 97 73 07/05/08
5 P Z. 15 89 74 06/30/09
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About Pheasant Valley

Pheasant Valley Country Club

Golf Only facility

25 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Chuck Hegan, Owner/Manager
Paul Hegan, Superintendent
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