Pleasant Valley Golf Club
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4715 Pleasant Valley Rd
Chantilly, VA 20151-1801, United States
Tom Clark of Ault, Clark & Associates designed this parkland-style course, which opened in 1998. PVGC is located in a heavily-wooded area south of Washington-Dulles International Airport in Chantilly, about 25 miles west of Washington DC.
In-season rates are $83/weekdays and $98 weekends; junior, senior, twilight, and 9-hole rates are also available. The off-season rates are $54 and $69. Memberships are also available.
Average Hole Difficulty
timmytva - 8/27/15
Played August 2015. Rough conditions - tees and greens spotty and bumpy; rough burned out in some places and US Open-like in others. Fairways on the shaggy side and wet (well struck drives plugging). Too bad as the routing is good and there are some interesting holes. Never been a fan of the finishing hole- fake mounds left to protect the road and lake right. Overall, disappointing from what used to be a solid, well maintained course.
SteadyHoo - 5/28/13
Good course, generally well run. Some interesting variety in the holes. Tends to be a little pricey, but deals are available.
psween - 5/15/13
Course in good shape, but greens where terrible. Hard a pavement, totally non-receptive to approach shots. Well struck sand wedges hit in middle of green and bounce/roll off the back. Very friendly staff.
Jimnavy - 4/7/13
Played on a Saturday, using a Groupon at $42 dollars, so that was nice, but the SLOW play (5hrs) of everyone else being on there probably due to the same Groupon deal was irritating. Played from the blues, course look in pretty good conditions for early April, greens were also decent.
david.macke - 4/15/12
good course, but not a great value on its own. tough from the blues, where you're going to hit a few 450+ yrd par 4s. from the whites its relatively short, a strong iron player could leave the driver in the bag for almost the whole round. Course was in good condition, well manicured, greens will be fast mid summer w/ plenty of undulation. carts have GPS and cart caddies (ball wash and club wash). not worth the usual green fee of $80-90+ IMHO, though definitely worth picking up a groupon for $40-50.
UNCWDave - 7/17/11
Used a GroupOn rate of $44, but it's normally around $100 for weekends. Not worth it in my opinion. Greens were really burned up. A challenging yet fair course with decent scenery. Until the greens improve, save yourself some money and go to Twin Lakes or Brambleton.
BIGBRU - 6/19/14
J-L - 8/26/13
Hoasup - 6/4/13
Norboo - 6/1/13
Best Score: 36*