If you're looking to play a picturesque and challenging golf course, Valley Country Club would be a great choice. The public course, which first opened in 1925, is a 6,673-yard par-72 layout with great views, excellent conditions and a nice variety of holes. Originally designed by Pipe Follett and updated in 1964 by Geoffrey Cornish and in 2002 by Ian Scott Taylor, the parkland course has three holes where water comes into play and 51 strategically-placed bunkers as well as mature hardwoods. Valley Country Club is a mixture of easier and difficult holes. The courses eases you in with a relatively short par 4, followed by the no. 1 handicap hole, the 602-yard par 5 second, which is straightaway, but does have a few bunkers on it. The facility also has a driving range, short-game area and practice putting green. And in the clubhouse you'll find a well stocked golf shop and restaurant, which has a large outdoor deck for lunch and cocktails.