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11 IslandGreenRiver Ridge Golf Course

Designed By Pete & P.B. Dye

Pete Dye is the  Father Of Modern Golf Course Architecture.  On November, 2008, Pete Dye was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame alongside legendary golf course architects Donald Ross, Robert Trent Jones Sr., and Alister MacKenzie.

 

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River Ridge – Course Characteristics Include:
Undulating fairways and greens
Deep pot bunkers
Island greens
Large waste bunkers
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#7 Par 3  From 100 to 160 yards, 17th handicap hole

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3rd hole before homes and wide St. Lucie River view clearing

 

Five Sets Of Tees Accommodate All Golfers:
gold, blue, white, red & green
A Combination Course Offer Another Challenge:
“gold & blue tees”, “blue & white tees”,  white & red tees”, “red & green tees”

11th Hole at River Ridge
Located on the back nine of the River Ridge golf course, the 11th hole is a signature hole. This par 4, 378-yards in length, requires a good tee shot from elevated tees over a marsh to a narrow fairway that is protected by two strategically placed bunkers on both the left and right of the fairway, will leave a short iron approach to a peninsula green. The green is wide but not deep and is bordered by sand traps and grass bunkers on the right and water in front, side and back. Club selections, accuracy and a good golf swing are important.
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River-Ridge-Hole-3 3rd Hole at River Ridge
The 425 yard par 4, 3rd hole on the River Ridge course is without a doubt one of the best golf holes on the course. The fairway is guarded on the left by a long and narrow fairway bunker and on the right by a natural preserve and the St. Lucie River which run the entire length of the hole. The river, which should not come into play, provides a beautiful setting. The green is guarded by on the left by a large and deep bunker on grass bunkers on the right.
4th Hole at River Ridge
The 418-yard, 4th hole, may not be taken for granted. The drive must be long and straight in order to avoid the trees and bushes that boarder the teeing area. This par 4 doglegs slightly to the right. The approach shot must carry a preserve/marsh area in front of the green while avoiding traps on the right and left side of the green
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River-Ridge-Hole-5 5th Hole at River Ridge
Signature 5th hole, par 5 is private, long & very challenging!
18th Hole at River Ridge
The par 5, 18th hole is a great finishing hole. This double-dogleg par 5 is extremely demanding. The drive must stay out of the wetlands on the right and a sand trap on the left. The fairway is protected on the left by a large fairway bunker that runs from 170 yards out to just short of the green. The left front of the green, left side and entire back is protected by sand traps. This hole demands attention to the end.
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Slope Rating For River Ridge:

136 Gold Tees
132 Blue Tees
129 White Tees
126 Red Tees

Slope Rating For River Ridge Combo Course

145 Gold/Blue Combo
135 Blue/White Combo
134 White/Red Combo
120 Red/Green Combo

World’s Most Renowned Pete Dye Courses

  • TPC Sawgrass, Jacksonville, Florida — Host of the PGA Tour Players Championship
  • Oak Tree, Edmond, Oklahoma — Host of the 1980 PGA Cup Matches, 1984 US Amateur, 1988 PGA Championship, 2000 PGA Club Pro, 2006 PGA Senior
  • PGA West Stadium Course, La Quinta, California — Host of the “original” Skins Game, 1998 and ’99 PGA PNC Championship
  • Blackwolf Run, Kohler, Wisconsin — Host of the PGA Championship 2007 Senior Championship, 2010 PGA Championship, 2015 PGA Championship, 2012 Women’s US Open, 2020 Ryder Cup
  • Ocean Course, Kiawah Island, South Carolina — Host of the 2007 Senior PGA Championship, 2003 World Cup, 2005 PGA PNC, 1991 Ryder Cup
  • Harbour Town Links, Hilton Head, South Carolina — Host of PGA Tour Annual Event
  • Bulle Rock, Maryland — Host of the 2008 LPGA Championship

Score Cards

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River Ridge Golf Course Layout

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