Par 3 at Riverside Golf Club
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Friendly staff. Some holes were confusing. Many fairways were dry and a lot of bald spots. Like the setup of the holes. We had a good time. Seemed like a pretty busy day. Had to wait or let others play through because we felt rushed. Overall I would try the course again and hope for better conditions.
Good course for beginners
I try to get out once a week. I’ve played a lot of courses in STL and on the IL side. For the money, there are many courses in better shape. Lots of dirt spots in the fairways. Tee boxes were non existent. Pace of play wasn’t too bad. Lots of t shirt and shorts kind of players. Probably won’t go back.
Pace of play here is not a thing. We got rained out on hole 8 and got a whopping 9$ off for next time I play there. The “fairway” is awful. Tee box is awful. Save your money or play the extra money and golf somewhere nicer.
Don't waste your time on the weekend
They just want money, the management or Marshall's pay zero attention to what's the play of pace. 6 hour round. I had multiple groups in front and behind call for a Marshall. They basically said we aren't doing anything. I had a 6 group and a 8 person group on the course. The management didn't separate them. They wouldn't offer any refunds to anyone. Horrible management
Disappointing course management
Got the first tee time in an effort to beat the ladies league that starts at 715am on Fridays. Unfortunately no course Marshall and golfers are given the choice to start on 1 or 10. So we got behind 5 groups at the turn which is not what is expected when you have the first tee time of the day. Not good course management but certainly a cheap course to play. Course was soggy with rain and sprinklers going off creating the largest swarms of mosquitos I have ever seen. Not going back.
This course was very nice. Only complaint is that the fairways are hard as rock and a little difficult to play on. The tees were even harder.
Nice Basic Public Course
The extremely dry weather has forced the course to leave the greens long - so, they were very slow. That is understandable. The routing wanders all around the property and you need to pay attention to the number on the tee markers. Keep your head on a swivel as wayward approach shots may be coming your way on the tee. Mature trees narrow some of the fairways. The course is in good condition for the dry weather.
Par 3 with my son
The par 3 was a great experience with my 8 yr. old. Play was relaxed and the course wasn't busy so he was able to play his own ball for two loops around the 9 hole course. We were originally going to play the regular 18 but a staff member suggested the par 3 instead. Great recommendation.
Waited in line for every single hole while most tee boxes don’t even have grass on them. Terrible place for how much they charge.