GOLF IN MEDFORD, OREGON
Rooted in Rich Tradition.
Professional Quality Golf In The Rogue Valley
- Two exceptional golf courses: The Rogue Course and The Oaks Course
- Championship-level 18-hole course and a relaxed 9-hole course
- Impeccably maintained fairways, greens, and bunkers
- Scenic views and breathtaking surroundings
- Designed to challenge and accommodate golfers of all skill levels
- Professional golf shop with expert staff and equipment
- Practice facilities, including a driving range and putting greens
- Hosts prestigious tournaments and events
- Welcoming and vibrant golfing community
- Access to additional club amenities, such as dining, fitness, and social events
Enjoy year-round playability on 27 of the most exceptional holes of golf in Southern Oregon. Grand oak trees line your fairways and the Siskiyou Mountains tower in the distance as you play. Enjoy either the 18-hole Rogue Course, with four tee box options, or the 9-hole Oaks Course, with five tee box options, (or both courses together). The majority of our tee sheet is reserved for open-play for our membership with 18-hole rounds averaging just under four hours. The Oaks can even be played as a Par 3 course, perfect for families and beginners.
Each August, the Rogue Course hosts the Southern Oregon Golf Championship, the largest amateur match-play event in the country played on a single course.
Members also enjoy a driving range with target greens, three putting complexes, two practice holes, and a short-range chipping hole. The Pro Shop is a showcase of the latest golf clothing, equipment, and accessories with competitive member prices.
Your kids can learn the valuable life-long lessons of golf in a supportive, encouraging, and beautiful environment at the Rogue Valley Country Club. Our Junior Program offers instruction, practice, and play activities designed to be fun and informative. For more information, please visit https://www.sogolfacademy.com/
The mission of the Rogue Valley Women’s Golf Association is to facilitate and provide friendly, organized, and competitive golf activities for all women members of Rogue Valley Country Club, regardless of handicap, while promoting integrity and respect for the game, and good fellowship through Individual team competition.
RVCC SENIOR MEN
Our main goals are to provide fun, camaraderie, and food while participating in tournament golf from spring to fall. The Seniors offer the opportunity to broaden your exposure to other club members and to have fun in team play. The integrity of the game is important. We strive to excel while accepting that our principal purpose is to play and “needle” our fellow competitors as long as we can!
Membership in RVCC Senior Men’s Group is open to all RVCC Male golfers 50 years of age and older. The cost for 2023 is $78.00 and includes coffee and donuts before morning events, and a year-end banquet/raffle and Pro Shop points.
93rd annual Southern Oregon Golf Championships, August 29 - September 5, 2022
Rogue Valley Country Club has hosted the Southern Oregon Golf Championships on Labor Day weekends since 1929. This prestigious amateur tournament attracts more than 400 golfers across these divisions: men, junior/senior men, senior men, super senior men, women, and senior women.
THE ROGUE COURSE
Players can choose from four tee options on this 18-hole course.
THE OAKS COURSE
The nine-hole course is set up perfectly for families and beginners with an additional “Par 3” style layout allowing for five tee options.
RVCC Golf FAQ
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