Experience P.B. Dye's Cherokee Valley Course & Club in 2020
It's New Day and a New Way at a New Kind of Club
By Dave Daubert
Upstate South Carolina's premier family club and mountain golf destination, Cherokee Valley Course and Club, just north of Greenville, has released its new membership plans and golf packages for 2020. A member-focused facility accepting outside play on its 18 hole, 6,728-yard, par 72 thoughtfully sculpted course with incredible views of Glassy Mountain.
Membership requires no initiation fee, no food and beverage minimum or assessments with six value-packed plans designed for today's modern lifestyle each requiring only a one-year agreement: One of the best club values in the state, the Platinum Membership is $200 per month for a family and $165 for a single includes full access to golf, the resort pool, golf training facility and spacious practice range with use of neighboring North Greenville University's fitness center and reduced rates for select sporting and special events; Gold membership at $175 and $145 per month respectively offers seven-day-a-week access to the P.B. Dye designed championship course; Silver membership at $125 and $100 per month entitles families or singles to unlimited golf on weekends; Ideal for busy professionals the Young Executive Membership at $135 per month offers full access.
The Cherokee Valley Sport Adventure Membership at $1,200/year for family and $1,044/year for a single grants unlimited use of the training facility and practice range, and includes two rounds of golf monthly, player development classes and the NGU co-op and pool. Customized Corporate Memberships are also available for area businesses looking for a convenient escape from the daily grind, as are supplemental annual cart and practice range plans.
"To grow the game, we have to mold memberships around the realities of today's busy lifestyles," says Cherokee Valley owner and director of operations Matt Jennings. "Whether it's families, singles or businesses, golfers or non-golfers, they need flexibility, freedom and value. Our new memberships plans are engineered to deliver these elements."
For traveling golfers or groups in search of a staycation, Cherokee Valley's collection of on-site spacious and elegantly appointed cottages featuring four master suites with either one or two beds each, great room and wrap-around porches. Conveniently located a few steps from the golf pro shop and first tee, the cottages rentals start at $400 and single rooms at $130 per night(tax not included). Golf can be added for $30 or $50 all day subject to availability.
Cherokee Valley is the perfect basecamp for exploring the beauty and adventure of the western Carolina towns of Greenville and Ashville, poised in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
In 2020, Cherokee Valley will open its new full-service restaurant, CORE 450, featuring a contemporary, engaging and casual theme with a diverse menu ranging from tapas and pizza to full five-course meals. Chef Ted Warden who studied under James Beard Award-Winner Chef Bob Kinkead in Washington D.C. will develop the CORE 450 staff and delectable offerings.
"Without question, the year ahead is going to be the most exciting of our ownership tenure," adds Jennings, who along with his uncle acquired the Club In Traveler's Rest, South Carolina in 2017. "Our vision for Cherokee Valley is to be a club unlike any other in the region is coming to fruition and we can't wait to serve our members, guests and the community."
For more information visit CherokeeValleyClub.com or contact Assistant Director of Operations Lauren Landreth at 864-895-6758, extension 2 or LLandreth@CherokeeValleyClub.com.
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About: Dave Daubert
David has been writing about golf since the turn of the century. He was Managing Editor at a regional golf magazine for 11 years, published in Canada, the IAGTO and a Staff Writer for The Georgia Golf Trail. His insightful perspective brings golf to life.