Riverside Golf Course

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Nice course, reasonable well kept at all times. It's not fancy but it is affordable and you definitely get more than your moments worth.

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Should be a gem but the Head Pro doesn't put the money into the course to put it in pristine shape and yes he is in charge not the city.
Who in the world would put their garbage right in front of the 10th tee, 1 of the nicest holes on the course and your greeted by garbage bins.
I've always liked this course it just bothers me that it's usually in mediocre shape.

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Nice course located in our beautiful river valley. The course does not have a very high degree of difficulty so good very level of golfer. It offers 18 holes with hardly any sand traps or water.

Definitely worth checking this course out for the views in the river valley. A nice relaxing golf course.

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This is one of the city's 3 public golf courses.  You can do 9 holes for $28 weekdays ($32 weekends), but only after 4pm on weekends, which is kind of irritating for those of us with no golf stamina.  A full 18 is $43 on weekdays, ($53 weekends) + cart.

This is a beautiful spot, and a relatively easy course with a few sand bunkers and no water (at least none on the front 9 - I can't remember the back 9).  You can easily forget that you are throwing distance to downtown in this jewel of the river valley.

The beer cart doesn't come by often enough in our regular time slot, but that's ok as I don't think it would improve my woeful skill.  They don't carry ice cream bars which would be nice on the hot hot days, but a beverage will do after the last hole.

If you need an excuse for a walk and a chance to pretend your skills might improve, this is a great place to escape for a couple hours.

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