The story of Spring Valley Country Club, now The Cape Club of Sharon, begins in 1959 and follows a small group of people with a vision. As Eisenhower declared Hawaii to be the 50th state, factions of three separate area clubs came together to articulate their ideas for a premier country club.
Originally designed by Geoffrey Cornish in 1959 and completed in 1961. Spring Valley underwent an extensive renovation in 2006 lead by renowned course architect Craig Schreiner, whose resume includes renovations at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, New York, and Johns Island located in Vero Beach, Florida. The renovations consisted of redesigned superior green complexes and greenside bunkers, improved drainage, 20 new tee boxes and a state of the art irrigation system. Through the dedication of our Golf Course Superintendent and his team the members and guest are rewarded with many of the finest playing conditions in the greater Boston area and all of Massachusetts.
In June of 2016 Spring Valley joined The Cape Club family and was renamed the Cape Club of Sharon on January 1, 2017. The Cape Club of Sharon has started the first phase of a major renovation of the Grand Ballroom, featuring all new flooring, marble entry way, new foyer carpeting, beautiful hardwoods throughout the ballroom, new specialty lighting and new exterior/interior doors that make this the perfect venue for all our deserving members and guest. Phases 2 and 3 of the renovation will consist of a new five star restaurant, workout center, new Augusta white sand in all bunkers, crushed white stone cart paths and state of the art golf carts. Onsite golf village townhomes coming in 2018.
The Cape Club intends to purchase three to four more clubs within the next two years. This will allow our members access to play all golf courses that are part of the Cape Club family.
Stay tuned to see what our future holds.