18 hole golf course, redesigned by Robert Trent Jones, ASGCA

Course Photos and Map


Tennis, Paddle Tennis, Badminton and Pickleball


During the summer months, our members enjoy cooling off or swimming laps in our pool.

Before your visit, please see the dress code and rules below.
As a member accompanied guest of Green Spring Valley Hunt Club, you are expected to adhere to the same rules and regulations that our members observe. 

Club Premises
Appropriate attire must be worn by members and their guests at all times while on Club property. Examples of unacceptable clothing include, but are not limited to, cut-offs, tank tops, short shorts and t-shirts. Denim garments, of any color, are not permitted anywhere on Club premises. *Headgear to be worn bill forward; when entering the Clubhouse, all headgear should be removed except in the locker rooms. *Shower-type flip flops are not permitted except in shower areas and on the pool deck; open-toed sandals and shoes for gentlemen are not permitted in the Clubhouse, on the terrace or golf course.

Upstairs Dining Room
Coats and ties for men and appropriate dress for women. This is interpreted to include designer slacks.

The 1892 Dining Room is GSVHC’s most formal dining room on the lower level and is highlighted  by a beautiful fireplace.  This room requires jackets for gentlemen.  It has also been specially constructed to create a quiet dining experience for our members.

The Champions Grille Room is used for casual dining and features the display of our traditional Championship boards.

The Jockey’s Room dining room is adjacent to the Grille and is our most informal option for dining. Additionally, children under the age of 8 may remain in the dining area past the normal 7:30 p.m. policy.

The Bar offers a quick bite before a round, or leisure place to watch the games and enjoy a beverage, snack or a meal.  It boasts a full bar and is often used to watch a big game or enjoy a meal.  Casual attire.

The Terrace is the best outdoor dining area in the Valley with the scenic view of the golf course.  Casual attire.

Proper golf attire required as follows: Men are to wear appropriate golf slacks or shorts of Bermuda length (defined as extending to the top of the knee but not below it) and shirts with collars. “Mock turtleneck” shirts are not permitted. Shirts are to be tucked in and headgear must be worn bill forward. Women are to wear appropriate golf slacks, skirts, culottes or shorts of Bermuda length. Collared shirts with or without sleeves, and collarless shirts with sleeves are acceptable for women. Children should follow the same guidelines as above.

Proper tennis attire is defined as ALL WHITE. Narrow piping on the edge of one’s shirt, blouse, vest, skirt, or shorts will be permitted. All players, including children, must wear tennis shoes. Gentlemen must wear collared shirts and not t-shirts. Children will be allowed to wear all white t-shirts as long as they do not have large logos on them. The following items are not appropriate: running shoes, cross-trainers, jogging shoes, basketball shoes, street shoes of any kind, bathing suits, colored clothing including hats. Shirts must be tucked in and worn at all times. White headgear may be worn facing forward.