The Golf Course

Course History

Clinton E. “Robbie” Robinson

Twenty Valley Golf & Country Club opened as a nine-hole course in 1960, with the final nine being added in 1967. Spread over 142 acres in the Niagara Peninsula, renowned golf course architect Clinton E. “Robbie” Robinson designed Twenty Valley. The Fall 2007 issue of Ontario Golf Magazine had a feature article on “Robbie” Robinson, titled The Forgotten Master. In 2007, “Robbie” was inducted into the Ontario Golf Hall of Fame.

Course Play

The course gets its name from the Twenty Mile Creek that carved out the valley that runs through the golf course. Given the valley topography, several of Twenty Valley's holes feature elevation changes - some on a dramatic scale. Twenty Mile Creek winds through the heart of the golf course, bringing water into play on a number of holes. A liberal scattering of bunkers and stands of mature trees add further to both the look and the challenge of Twenty Valley. With large undulating greens and lush fairways this course offers a challenge to golfers of all skill levels. The course plays over 6,700 yards from the back tees and down to 5,200 yards from the front tees.

The Pro Shop

Bags, balls, gloves, hats,we have them all in a wide variety of makes, models and prices. A wide range of wind tops, sweaters, rain gear and jackets are available in most men's and ladies sizes. We have a wide range of shoes from the most popular manufacturers. Ask the Pro Shop Staff for assistance in getting the right fit.

Local Attractions

Located between Beamsville and St. Catharines along the watershed of the Twenty Mile Creek, Twenty Valley is the heartland of Niagara's extraordinary wine-producing area. The Twenty Valley area offers a wide diversity of attractions for you to explore, from shops and boutiques to wineries, art gallaries, fine restaurants and spas. The Valley is home to a designated World Biosphere Reserve, natural waterfalls and historically significant sites. Twenty Valley Golf & Country Club is a proud member of the Twenty Valley Tourism Association.