Trees Fill The Course With Beauty
Logan Valley is a nine hole course filled with history. The course you see today was originally a land walnut and butternut farm. Scottish greens reside naturally with trees dating back to the 1850’s.
In 1910, it was first used for golf. It shut down and reopened several times until 1952. Wilber Peterson, a furniture store owner in Wakefield, then bought the course for his own use. He allowed others to play for 50 cents a round!
Our Golf Course
LVGC is a nine hole course with a practice chipping and putting green. It has a USGA rating of 67.7 and slope of 105. Trees fill the course with beauty but also challenges. Our signature hole 3 offers a beautiful pond to tee over.