The Golf Club at Copper Valley
About The Golf Club at Copper ValleyThe 900-acre community of the Golf Club at Copper Valley community (formerly Saddle Creek Resort) sits hidden four miles off of California State Route 4 in the Sierra Nevada foothills. The two-bedroom bungalows for overnight guests are within walking distance of the clubhouse, its restaurant and the scenic course by Carter Morrish. A fitness center/Sports Club - home to an outdoor pool and hot tub, horseshoe pits and bocce ball and tennis courts - offers more recreation.
Golf courses at The Golf Club at Copper Valley
Images from The Golf Club at Copper Valley
Photo submitted by SQUISHMITTEN on 03/16/2019
Par 5 13th Photo submitted by sorenj on 04/23/2017
A spot of trouble on 16 Photo submitted by sorenj on 04/23/2017
The fantastic finishing hole Photo submitted by sorenj on 04/23/2017
Awe inspiring (and a bit intimidating) 14th 182 from the whites 250 from the tips Photo submitted by sorenj on 04/23/2017
A little wildlife on the course Photo submitted by sorenj on 04/23/2017
#4 Par 3 Photo submitted by brovarnm on 03/30/2017
Thanksgiving! Photo submitted by brovarnm on 03/30/2017
Champubbly and the view of the 9th! Photo submitted by brovarnm on 03/30/2017
Augusta Bungalow Photo submitted by brovarnm on 03/30/2017
Safe Landing on the 7th green Photo submitted by brovarnm on 03/30/2017
Restaurant Views Photo submitted by brovarnm on 03/30/2017
the course was overall in good shape. all bad areas are marked. the staff is professional and courteous. only 2nd time I've played here, but will be back soon
This is a GREAT course. If you visit this area of CA you need to play this course. I can't wait to get back!!!
Very nice and fair course
Played a foursome this morning and the course ran a 8:00 am shotgun start, that made pace of play very quick. We finished in just under four hours. Course played very well. Very fair course, rewards for good shots and penalties for bad ones. The fairways were a bit over saturated but other than that course was a pleasure. Staff was very friendly and nice.
Saddle or Copper?
Overall the course was fine, the layout is fantastic, very interesting and challenging (I played the blue tees). The greens rolled smooth, though they were slower than I remember when it was Saddle Creek. Fairways were fine, but do have some dead spots in areas, either not getting water in those places or burned them earlier, not a big deal however. Overall, the course is still very playable and a lot of fun!
Always delivers an experience
I play the Club at Copper valley every summer, some people can't handle the heat so it makes for a 3.5 hour afternoon round.
There is a slight fungus or growth in most of the greens but not enough to cause bumpiness. They also put. lot of water on the course overnight so you get a few soggy places in the fairway with an occasional plugged drive. Apart from that perfect as always..
Great place to play
What an awesome course. We went out and were paired with two members(Dave and Mike). They were outstanding playing partners and ambassadors of the club. The course was outstanding and except for a couple spots it was over watered was in great condition. Greens were firm and interesting resulting in challenging play. Pace was outstanding and Copper Valley is now on my list of best places in the Valley.
Good course, bad service
Course was beautiful and in excellent condition. Would say it was a steal at $100 but the amenities were horrible. Tried to order food at the turn and they said they don’t do to-go orders. So then we tried to order at the restaurant and they said they were reservations only and completely booked. Crazy that they won’t sell food to golfers (and this was at like 1pm). And they wouldn’t even sell us a beer! Then we finished our round around 3pm and wanted to play another nine, but the pro shop was already closed. Was just weird
Best course I have ever played. Worth every penny. Very challenging off the tee. I will be back.
The course layout is awesome..
One of the best courses and always in great shape. A jewel.
Awesome day to play the course again! Cart path only rule made it a little unpleasant.
Despite the cart path conditions, we had a great another great time! Can’t wait to play again!
Worth trying Copper Valley as known as Saddle Creek
Tried this course out when it was phasing our from Saddle Creek to Copper Valley. Course is a bit harder than It’s neighboring Greenhorn. Condition was okay. Staff were friendly but didn’t get much drinks from the beverage cart or lack of. Value is there but would prefer somewhere else
Great Day Of Golf
What a great place. It has everything you want 130yd par 3, 200yd par 3. Long par 4 & short par 4. Water on some holes. Bring every part of your game. This place is one super fun day of golf.