• Type: Semi-private
  • Address: 261 Oak Valley Blvd
  • City: Advance
  • County: Davie
  • State: North Carolina
  • Zip: 27006
  • Call to Book Tee Time: (336) 940-2000

Let's take a look at Oak Valley Golf Club. This course was built in 1995 in Advance. Arnold Palmer & Ed Seay designed this 18 hole course. Metal spikes are allowed at Oak Valley Golf Club. This is a Semi-private course. If you want to find the course using GPS the longitude is -80.43626848720 and the latitude is 35.982958781498.


    Oak Valley Golf Club
    Oak Valley Golf Club

    Oak Valley Golf Club

    The hidden secret of the Winston-Salem area. Located just minutes from Winston, Oak Valley is a real masterpiece. With a tour style range, immaculate practice area, and a course that has hosted numerous US Amateur Qualifiers, Oak Valley is a must visit.

    The course is packed with Bermuda from tee to green, and it really ensures superior conditions throughout the entire year. The layout at Oak Valley is pretty straight forward, but beware of the ponds strategically placed throughout, that defend many of the greens. The first hole does have a bind tee shot, but it is straight away and allows for you to begin the round on a strong note. The par 5 second is easily reach able in two, and if you can keep the ball to the left side of the fairway you will have no issues navigating your way to the finish. The rest of the front nine is pretty straight forward, with the exception of the par 5 seventh hole, which is a tight dog-leg right with a creek running up the entire right side of the fairway and a nice pond waiting for you in front of the green. The creeks dont stop here, and the back nine has a fair share of water throughout. The par 4 10th hole is a tough one, but again, keep it to the left and you will survive. The back nine is pretty straight forward, just like the front, but be careful when you make your way to the par 4 17th, because trouble is everywhere. You need to keep our tee shot to the right, but you have to also avoid the trio of bunkers in the left rough. Once you have avoided this, you will get to hit to another green surrounded by water, but the miss is long. The 18th hole is a nice finale to a challenging day, but beware of the creeks that run from the tee to the midway point in the fairway. You need to place a long iron down the left side, and you have the chance of rewarding yourself with a birdie to close out the day. ?

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Golf Course Info

Golf Course Information


  • Number of Holes: 18
  • Year Course Built: 1995
  • Course Designer: Arnold Palmer & Ed Seay
  • Location Time Zone: EST
  • Daylight Savings Time: yes
  • Season Availability: Open all year
  • Latitude: 35.982958781498
  • Longitude: -80.43626848720


  • Metal Spikes Allowed: yes
  • Play Fives: yes
  • Guest Policy Rules: Open
  • Dress Code Policy: No denim, collared shirt and bermuda shorts required
  • Advance Tee Time Notice: 7 days


  • Food & Beverage: yes
  • Driving Range: yes
  • Chipping Area: yes
  • Putting Green: yes
  • Practice Bunker: yes
  • Rental Clubs: yes
  • Lockers: yes
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