Our 27 hole golf course is one of the most challenging and most beautiful courses in the Mid-South. Annually, Pleasant Valley Country Club golf course is ranked in the top three courses in Arkansas. In the late 1960s, world renowned golf architect, Joe Finger, was hired to design our prestigious golf course. Finger brought on Jimmy Demaret, a PGA Professional and three time Masters Winner, and Byron Nelson as consultants to ensure a superior championship course. Together they designed the sprawling course that challenges the serious golfer and will also allow the novice to hone his or her skills.

Championship ultra-dwarf bermudagrass is planted on the putting surfaces of all 27 holes along with three practice greens. This change was made in 2009 to provide a putting surface that would give the membership the highest quality surface during the peak playing season.

The primary turfgrass of tees, fairways, and rough is 419 bermudagrass. The Oak and Pine tree-lined fairways are also a distinctive quality of Pleasant Valley golf course. Five sets of tees allow for varying skill levels, measuring from 7,103 to 5,405 yards. With an abundance of beautiful scenery and eight ponds scattered throughout the property, a variety of wildlife are often spotted.

Our practice facility has a 40,000 square-foot hitting area and artificial mats for inclement weather usage. A portion of the tee is over seeded for use during the dormant season. The 10,000 square-foot and 4,500 square-foot practice putting greens simulate the contours of the course greens for quality practice sessions.