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All about: Riverside golf club, Cumbria

Riverside Golf Club is a golf course located in Cumbria. It lies between the Lake District and the National Parks of Yorkshire. The course consists of a variety of par-three holes designed to test all levels of golf players. This article will inform you of what the Riverside Golf Club has to offer.

Location

Riverside Golf Club is located in Ravenstondale. It is renown as a peaceful village in the Eden Valley in Cumbria which can be accessed from the M6.

About the club

Riverside Golf Club was opened at the beginning of the Millennium and was created and maintained by local Bernard Law. The course is surrounded by trees and woodland which make it a picturesque place to play golf. Riverside is considered to be ideal for improving your short-game which each green being reachable within a single shot and the greens offering a considerable challenge for even the highly-skilled golfer. It is regularly enjoyed by many of the local players and has built up a considerable outside following due to the availability it provides to such events and occasions as Business Corporate Days and Stag Parties.

Course guide

All the holes on the Riverside Golf Club are between 70 and 140 yards. The first nine-holes offer distinctive challenges of their own. The first two-holes vary from up-hill to down-hill whilst the back of the third-hole green possesses a different height. The four-hole offers a water-hazard and long rough, and whilst the fifth-hole is the shortest on the course, several more hazards make it one of the toughest holes on the course. Hole-six is dominated by rough and obstructing trees make the seventh-hole the most difficult. Your tee-shot on hole-eight will be played blind whilst a slopping green ensures difficultly in holing your putt on the ninth-hole. Holes 10-18 involve playing your tee-shot from a tougher position, offering awkward angles to ensure problems in keeping your score as low as possible.

Green fees

The club offers a variety of different fees to play the course. It is possible to pay between £40 and £45 to become a member for the year which enables you to pay just £1 per round throughout the year. Junior players can get the same deal but for a £25 membership fee. Occasional visitors to course can play an 18-hole round at Riverside for just £5.00. A 9-hole round will cost £3.50. Junior players who need to be under-12 can play 18-holes for £3.50 and 9-holes for £2.50. All junior visitors must be accompanied by an adult.

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