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2500 Romar Road, Salem, Virginia 24153


Premier Greens

The Most Enjoyable Course in the Valley

The course is consistently the best conditioned course in the valley. Our fairways are dark green and tournament striped all the way through spring, summer and fall. In 2006, we completed a major green renovation project and hired the Greenbrier’s course superintendent, Sean Baskette, to ensure our greens have the speed and the condition to be considered the best in Roanoke.

What makes a real country club is not the facilities but the staff that has committed their careers to making each visit to the club an exceptional experience. The staff at Hidden Valley is anxious for you to visit and experience Hidden Valley. We believe that you will feel at home on your first visit and desire the country club lifestyle we offer. Please let us know how we can serve you by calling the Pro Shop at (540) 389.8146 Option 1.

Walk to Remember
The course provides a beautiful walk throughout the property, the front 9 goes through the valley and the back 9 offers a great mountain experience.

Speed of Play
Golf at HVCC is the fastest golf course to walk or ride in the valley. This allows you more time for your other interests or commitments. The staff does a great job in educating our golfers on the importance of speed of play to ensure everyone has an enjoyable round.

Hours of Operation

Golf Course Winter Hours
(December 1st through March 9th)

Golf Shop
Mon | Closed
Tues – Sun | 8am – 5pm

Driving Range
Mon | Closed
Tues – Sun | 8:30am – 5pm

Tee Times
Mon | Closed – Walking Allowed After 11am
Tues – Sun | 9am – 5pm

Lamanca Center
Mon | Closed
Tues – Sun | 9am – 5pm

Hours are subject to change based on special events, rain, snow & frost delays. Contact the Pro Shop should you have questions.

Dick Wilson

Course Architect

Hidden Valley Country Club’s 18 hole layout was completed in 1952. The man behind the design was highly decorated Golf Course Architect Dick Wilson. Though Wilson worked in the golf industry for most of his life, it wasn’t until after World War II that he became a self-proclaimed Golf Course Architect. As seen at Hidden Valley Country Club, Wilson’s designs were famous for broad fairways and large putting surfaces that were mainly accessible by aerial approach shots. Strategically placed bunkers, mainly present around the putting surface, were his way of forcing a player to access the putting surface through the air. His use of “tongues” on the putting surface allowed for many strategic and difficult hole locations. Use of these “tongues” are present at Hidden Valley.

Along with Hidden Valley, Wilson designed 73 other golf courses throughout his career. Among these courses include world famous layouts such as Bay Hill Club & Lodge in Orlando, Florida, Cog Hill Golf & Country Club in Chicago, Illinois and TPC Blue Monster in Miami, Florida. Wilson’s unique approach to golf course architecture made his designs very influential to future architects around the world, including, among others, Rees Jones.

Driving Range

Hours of Operation

Driving Range
Mon | 11:30am – 4pm
Tues – Sun | 7:30am – 1 hour before Sunset

Lamanca Learning Center

Challenge Yourself

Lamanca Learning Center is a covered range with 3 bays that hit out onto the driving range.  The center has heat in each bay.  The center is also equipped with a putting surface to work on 3-to-12-foot putts.

The Center is Open all year and is used for Lessons, Clinics, Fitting Days, Demo Days, and practicing.

Meet the Pro

Philip Smiley, PGA

As a native Virginian, Phil grew up in Stuarts Draft and has always known of the rich and prestigious golf history of Virginia and feels honored to now be a part of the great team and family at Hidden Valley Country Club. A graduate of Methodist University in Fayetteville, NC where he earned his BS Degree in Business Administration in the PGA Professional Golf Management program. His career includes working at several private facilities throughout the country and has been a Head Golf Professional for the past 10 years in the Carolinas. He is also an accomplished player with several amateur and professional wins throughout the southeast. Phil has a passion for the game of golf and the PGA of America with achieving his membership in 2006. Phil is joined by his wife, Kimberly and their dog Augusta.

Dress Code

On the Course

On the golf course, acceptable attire for gentlemen includes shirts with collars and sleeves, pants, and golf shorts of appropriate length. Tank tops, tee shirts without collars, cargo shorts, cargo pants, jeans (denim), swimwear, tennis shorts, or other athletic shorts are prohibited. Shirt tails should be tucked in at all times.

On the golf course, acceptable attire for ladies includes dresses, skirts, pants, skorts, and golf shorts no shorter than mid-thigh. Shirts with either a collar or sleeves are considered appropriate attire. Halter tops, tank tops, tee shirts, cut-offs, swimwear, sweatpants, jeans (denim), leggings (unless covered with skirt), tennis wear or athletic wear are prohibited.

Appropriate golf shoes or approved shoes are required on the golf course and practice areas. Metal spikes are not acceptable. Any type of shoe with ripple soles or street shoes are prohibited.