Club History

A country club was born when George Yocum, Warren Freed, Reub Dunbar and Jake Crouthamel decided to start their own private golf club.
Overhead view of Original Farm
The requirements they were looking for included: proximity, adequate acreage, a large building, some outbuildings, interesting terrain, water in the form of a lake or stream, some trees, plants and a reasonable price.
In September 1952, the 154.5 acreas of Fisher's palomino horse farm (home of Roy Roger's horse, Trigger) on Bergey Road was surveyed and the team liked what they saw. Indian Valley Country Club was established as a concentrated labor of love. All early members agree that no one individual could be considered the founding father.
Since its creation the club has certainly experienced significant development and today, Indian Valley Country Club encourages you to join us and keep our spirit alive and growing.