The East Course is one of two championship courses at Eagle Valley Golf Course. Although it is less challenging than the West Course, it offers the same quality and entertainment.
The 18-hole course at Eagle Valley features 6,658 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 68.7 and it has a slope rating of 117. Designed by Arthur Jack Snyder, ASGCA, the East golf course opened in 1976.
The Eagle Valley East Golf Course is a reasonably flat, wide-open layout, offering a fun and challenging test for the beginner and intermediate level golfer.
It has some long holes out there that the “grip it rip it” golfers can really sink their teeth into, but relatively few places you’ll actually lose a ball. If your group contains golfers of varying experience or those that just can’t handle the rigors of the Eagle Valley West Golf Course, the East is the one you want.