Illinois Valley Golf Club, is a Semi-Private, 9 hole golf course located in Cave Junction, Oregon.
Illinois Valley Golf Club first opened opened for play in 1977. The course was designed by Bob E. Baldock and Robert L. Baldock.
This course was built on very flat terrain and has many trees that can alter your shots. The signature hole is #5, a 392-yard, par 4. There are out-of-bounds stakes lining six holes, and water comes into play on four others.
Illinois Valley Golf Club uses separate tees when playing 18-holes. The course is narrow with small greens.
The course plays to 3,051 yards for 9 holes and a par of 36. The course rating if yoy do a double loop 18 is 69.2 and the slope rating is 121. There are additional tees that can be used when playing an eighteen hole round.
Cave Junction is a scenic, small town just north of California located on Hwy. 199. It is approximately 30 miles southwest of Grants Pass, and is home to some 1,225 residents. Cave Junction is considered the "Home of the Oregon Caves", which are located about 20 miles east of town, off Hwy. 46. It serves as a home base for visitors from around the world, many of whom travel to the Illinois Valley to see the unique geologic wonder.