Welcome to Our Web Site
We are proud of our golf club and and are committed to making our programs easy to access. You will find many useful features here like taking a virtual tour of the holes, checking out your handicap and even keeping an eye on the weather
Post your scores on-line
Montana State Golf Association - Score Posting
You can now use this site to post your scores. You will need to know your Local MSGA # or your MSGA Member #. You can find that number in a book next to the computer in the pro shop. You can now post your scores from anywhere and don't have to wait to post at the pro-shop anymore. You can post any round from any course so no more excuses of forgetting or losing your score cards. Lets all remember your handicap is only accurate if you post every round. NO SANDBAGGING - PLEASE! Remember the system only works if we are all honest.
From the Clubhouse 7/9/2015- July has arrived and so has the heat. The conditions are fantastic. Tee times can be made 14 days in advance, call the pro shop at 586-2145. Here is some information about the hours of operation. The restaurant is open every day from 11am -8:00pm(Monday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday) 11:am-9:00pm (Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday) unless we are experience poor weather conditions. If the weather is poor call the restaurant @ 585-2921 to make sure it is open. The business office hours are 9:00am-4pm. If we can assist you in any way please call 587-9751.
Club Calendar and Newsletter
Valley View events for 2015 have been posted. Please check out the Events Schedule and our Events.
Restaurant & Bar
Find out about our Restaurant hours, menus & prices. The bar hours are the same as the restaurant along with extended hours to accommodate our members. Please click on the restaurant link above for more details.
Close to the end of World War II, Valley View Golf Club was a far different golf club than it is today. It was located on the property which today is known as “Nob Hill”. The boundaries were South Church, Kagy (which at that time was nothing more than a dirt lane), and Highland Boulevard...
The first hole started at the bottom of the hill on Church, and the golfer reached the green by hitting uphill all the way to a dog leg to the left built into the side of the hill. The second hole was at the extreme top of the hill. There were no powered carts in those days...
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